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How India and China Have Come to the Brink Over a Remote Mountain Pass - New York Times

On a remote pass through Himalayan peaks, China and India, two nuclear-armed nations, have come near the brink of conflict over an unpaved road. It is one of the worst border disputes between the regional rivals in more than 30 years. The road stands ...and more »

China-India border dispute a grim sign for stability in Asia - The Conversation AU

Conflict was almost baked into Asia's post-1945 international order. Taiwan's contested status following the communist victory in China's civil war, and the division of the Korean Peninsula are only the most obvious and volatile of Asia's military ...and more »

Danger at Doklam for India and China - East Asia Forum

Author: M. Taylor Fravel, MIT. The standoff between China and India on the Dolam plateau in the Doklam region has lasted for more than one month. Both sides have miscalculated, with potentially dire consequences. China clearly did not appreciate India ...and more »

The crossroads at the Doklam plateau - The Hindu

There are many strings that tie Bhutan to India in a special and unique relationship, but none are as strong as the ones laid down on the ground: 1,500 km, to be precise, of roads that have been built by India across the Himalayan kingdom's most ...and more »

India's intrusion into Chinese territory angers veterans of the 1962 battle - Global Times

... ○ Chinese veterans of the 1962 Sino-Indian war recollect details of the war and pledge to go to the battlefield again if needed ○ The commemoration of China's victory in the 1962 war has been kept low-key out of care for India's feelings ...and more »

Bye bye 'peaceful rise': Dealing with China on Doklam is Modi government's toughest foreign policy test yet - Times of India (blog)

China had a reasonably successful week – Beijing ordered Vietnam to stop drilling for oil in the South China Sea, or bad things would happen. The country that delivered a crushing blow to the Chinese in 1979 reportedly stood down. If only these ...and more »

This is how world media reacted to Doklam conflict between India, China - International Business Times, India Edition

India and China have been involved in a major standoff for over a month now in the Doklam or Doka La region, also known as the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction, located along the Sikkim border. The conflict between both countries is believed to be the ...and more »

Can India Embarrass China In A Limited Military Conflict? - Swarajya

Can India ward off a limited Chinese attack along the Line of Actual Control or the international boundary in Sikkim? The answer lies in analysing force concentration and capabilities that the two countries bring to bear on the common border. On 18 ...and more »

Fears China, India conflict will boil over into all-out war over disputed territory - NEWS.com.au

CHINA has warned India it is willing to defend territory “at all costs” and it should not harbour any “unrealistic illusions” over a border dispute that threatens to boil over into an open conflict. The world is watching as the two regional rivals are ...and more »

Sikkim stand-off | Fault lines in Sino-Indian ties - Daily News & Analysis

The Doklam standoff has reached a stalemate, or so it seems. The Chinese have been raining threats, warnings and war similes with routine regularity while raising the decibels of propaganda, psywar, and mind games — all short of an ultimatum for war.and more »