June 6, 2014

A Chinese Monroe Doctrine?

Jaswant Singh, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

In some ways, the bilateral relationship is already moving in a positive direction, especially on the economic front. But, as trade imbalances favoring China become apparent, India is growing increasingly frustrated. Wang, an establishment figure well versed in Indian affairs, will make every effort to downplay these imbalances and promote deeper ties.

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TAGGED: Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi, India, China

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