Are India and China ‘frenemies’ in geopolitics or geo-economics?


China and India (Chindia) both recognise the need to address their respective bilateral issues; and, it is of mutual interest to incrementally get their relationship back on track, especially when the neighbouring countries – like Sri Lanka and Pakistan – are also intrinsically linked to the two Asian superpowers.

When Indian and Chinese troops faced off for 70 days on the Doklam Plateau in 2017, the incident has led Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to institutionalise their informal summits to avoid a repeat performance of these types of confrontations. The Sino-Indian border conflict has been ongoing for nearly 70 years, with its origins predating both an independent India and the existence of Communist China. Read More

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