One Year After Galwan (1)

In this South Asian Voices virtual roundtable, Arzan Tarapore, Antara Ghosal Singh, Jagannath Panda, and Yubing Sheng speak with Editor-at-Large Akriti Vasudeva about India-China relations one year after the onset of the border standoff in Ladakh. This conversation corresponds with our four-part SAV series. As tensions persist at multiple points along the disputed border, our panelists discuss 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 moving forward.

Watch their full discussion below.

Featured Speakers:

Jagannath Panda, Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses

Yubing Sheng, Research Analyst, Stimson Center

Antara Ghosal Singh, Research Associate, Centre for Social and Economic Progress

Arzan Tarapore, Research Scholar, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center

Moderated By:

Akriti Vasudeva, Research Analyst, Stimson Center, Editor-at-Large, South Asian Voices

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Image 1: Ashok Boghani via Flickr

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