Despite the competition ­between the Chinese “dragon” and the Indian “elephant”, the two economies are considered somewhat complementary and have great potential for pragmatic and mutually beneficial cooperation. Illustration: Craig Stephens

Lesson from Doklam: China and India can still become ‘Chindia’, but only when boundaries are set

Xu Xiaobing says the Sino-Indian relationship of rivalry has also seen cooperative coexistence, especially on the cultural level. But Doklam shows all cordiality hinges on compliance with international law

Topic |   China-India relations
Despite the competition ­between the Chinese “dragon” and the Indian “elephant”, the two economies are considered somewhat complementary and have great potential for pragmatic and mutually beneficial cooperation. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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