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What’s next for the world’s highest altitude confrontation along the China India border?


Sept 07-

China-India border tensions boiled over again this weekend, following June’s deadly clashes. While India’s Defense Ministry said that the Chinese Army “carried out provocative military movements” near Pangong Tso Lake in the remote Ladakh region, China accused Indian troops of illegally trespassing onto its territory, adding that China has never “taken an inch of land from others over the past 70 years.” Can tensions between the two countries de-escalate any time soon? And what is happening in the Himalayas?


Ye Hailin Vice Dean of the National Institute of International Strategy at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Prof. Madhav Nalapat Department of Geopolitics & International Relations at Manipal University.

Courtesy: CGTN


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