The recent clash between India and China and its possible impacts

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Recent clash between India and China and its possible impacts

The recent clash between India and China and its possible impacts

Recent clash between India and China is sending these 2 countries in a new zone of war. Chances of economy crashes are higher.

The most recent conflicts occurred in this year 2020. On 5 May 2020 Chinese and Indian troops attacked in Ladakh near Pangong Tso Lake. It is reported that the skirmish was confirmed because the PLA objected to Indian armed forces operations in the region. Apparently, most of these disputes arise from conflicting behavior of the boundaries of the Line of Actual Control — the international de facto border. And on 9 May 2020 soldiers from both sides arrive at strikes and hurled stones at each other, often at 15,000 feet in the region of Naku La, located nearly Tibet, mainly in an effort to force the Indian soldiers to move away from the regions they were patrolled.

The recent clash between India and China and its possible impacts

The Chinese and Indian media officially states that both sides highlighted the need to minimize clashes during their 3rd round of commander-level discussions. The fact that the country’s economies faced the COVID-19 pandemic did not make India more dependent on military control or the boycott of Chinese imports a great decision. New Delhi and Beijing have signed a five-level military cooperation system for dealing with border conflicts and have frequent meetings to inform

On 15 June 2020, the violent nuclear conflict over disputed land in the Himalayas disrupted the building of relations between India and China. The conflict in the Galwan Valley near their mutual boundary is the most powerful military dispute the two nuclear powers have seen in fifty years. Among the most important issue in this relationship is that why nuclear weapons, which both have not played a more significant role. This incident and continuing tensions are drawing more attention on the long standing yet modest competition between India and China. With the possibility for a significant re-establishment of links between China and India after the Ladakh crisis, are New Delhi and Beijing eventually reaching a long-anticipated turning point in their nuclear relationship?

For Other Clashes Between China and India Follow these links:

  • China-Indian border conflict
  • The turning point in the bilateral relationship
  • Trade and investment ties
  • Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh
  • Galway Valley in Ladakh
  • Galway Valley skirmish

Author: Laraib Bhatti

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