Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1962. 134p., plain printed white wraps containing thirteen large fold-out maps with red onlay, textblock stubbed to accommodate the cumbersome maps; note that the huge maps section splits text: before (to 37p.) and following (resumes p.39). Cover slightly soiled with handling, clerical edges of cover mildly worn, top edge has collected dust. Maps rather difficult to unfold, so far so good. The first edition appeared 15 November, this one with appended text (presumably p.39-134) a week later, 21 November.
The Chinese argument, which calls the dispute a legacy of British imperialism.