|Elevation||4,587 m (15,049 ft)|
Diphu Pass is a mountain pass around the area of the disputed tri-point borders of India, China, and Myanmar. Diphu Pass is also a strategic approach to eastern Assam. It lies on the McMahon Line.
In October 1960 China and Burma demarcated their border to Diphu Pass, which is 5 miles south of the watershed of the mountain ranges. However, this caused a diplomatic row with India, which expected the tri-point to be at the watershed. The dispute has become part of the ongoing border disagreement between China and India regarding Arunachal Pradesh.
- Calvin, James Barnard (1984-04-02). "The China-India Border War (1962)". globalsecurity.org. Marine Corps Command and Staff College. Retrieved 2017-02-02.
this placed Diphu Pass--a strategic approach to eastern Assam--in Chinese territory.
- Tzou, Byron N (1990). China and International Law: The Boundary Disputes. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 128. ISBN 9780275934620.
the so-called McMahon Line (that is, from Diphu Pass to Izrazi Pass)
- Eekelen, Willem van (2015-11-06). Indian Foreign Policy and the Border Dispute with China: A New Look at Asian Relationships. BRILL. p. 121. ISBN 9789004304314.
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