One Year After Galwan (1)

In this four-part South Asian Voices series, Arzan Tarapore, Antara Ghosal Singh, Jagannath Panda, and Yubing Sheng discuss India-China relations one year after the onset of the border standoff in Ladakh. With tensions remaining on multiple points of the disputed border, contributors analyze underlying tensions contributing to the standoff, how the crisis has impacted India and China’s strategic priorities and threat perceptions, and the potential trajectory of the relationship going forward.

Watch the South Asian Voices webinar based on the series at the link below:

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Image 1: Ashok Boghani via Flickr

Articles in Collection

India-China Strategic Competition and the Costs of the Ladakh Crisis Defense & Security

India-China Strategic Competition and the Costs of the Ladakh Crisis

In this four-part South Asian Voices series, Arzan Tarapore, Antara…

Negotiation and Negation: India’s Post-Galwan Diplomacy vis-à-vis China Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Negotiation and Negation: India’s Post-Galwan Diplomacy vis-à-vis China

In this four-part South Asian Voices series, Arzan Tarapore, Antara…

India, China, and the Stalemate beyond Ladakh Defense & Security

India, China, and the Stalemate beyond Ladakh

In this four-part South Asian Voices series, Arzan Tarapore, Antara…

Geopolitics and the Sino-Indian Border Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Geopolitics and the Sino-Indian Border

In this four-part South Asian Voices series, Arzan Tarapore, Antara…

One Year Since Galwan: How Has the Border Standoff Impacted the India-China Relationship? Video & Audio

One Year Since Galwan: How Has the Border Standoff Impacted the India-China Relationship?

In this four-part South Asian Voices series, Arzan Tarapore, Antara…