How will India-China relations progress after the Galwan Valley incident? | The Hindu In Focus podcast

June 22, 2020 06:36 pm | Updated June 25, 2020 11:50 pm IST

The June 15 clash at Galwan Valley, which claimed 20 Indian soldiers in the worst violence since 1967, has brought India-China relations into uncharted waters. Where do the two countries go from here? Have the carefully built mechanisms for keeping peace in the border collapsed? What is the way forward for disengagement? How will India's China policy change after Galwan?

Guest : Gautam Bambawale , former Indian Ambassador to China and Pakistan

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