What happened to the border between India and China?
But following a crisis in 1986–87, the border remained relatively peaceful, a state of affairs facilitated by several agreements that New Delhi and Beijing negotiated over a 25-year period. This detente also enabled broader Sino-Indian engagement, particularly in the economic and multilateral arenas.
Is India right to ask China to address military build-up along border?
India is perfectly correct in asking China to address its military build-up along the border properly before a normal relationship can be resumed, but at the same time, a prolonged period of no political contact between two nuclear armed neighbours may not be sustainable, Vijay Gokhale, former Foreign Secretary and envoy to Beijing told ET’s Dip...
Is India-China border situation ‘stable’?
NEW DELHI: The situation on the India-China border is “overall stable” and the two sides have moved from the “emergency response” that followed the clash in Galwan Valley in June 2020 to “normalised management and control”, Chinese ambassador Sun Weidong has contended.
Is China a threat to India?
India has perceived China as a threat since at least the late 1950s when their differences over Tibet (the Himalayan state China annexed in 1951) and their undemarcated border came to the fore. These disputes precipitated a full-blown war in 1962 that ended disastrously for India, with the loss of territory.