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India, Like US, Must Have A Clear Tibet Policy to Counter China

Following the standoff in eastern Ladakh including the clash in Galwan which marked the most precipitous decline in India-China bilateral relations in the last 40 years, India has not been able to develop a strategy to offset Beijing’s periodic coercion along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

India has taken tentative steps with the United States and other allies to balance China, but these have not generated dissuasion or deterrence.

India’s Foreign Minister Dr S Jaishankar says that China has reneged on agreements and protocols to unilaterally alter LAC, and given five differing explanations for deploying troops on the border.

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