Indian traders in New Delhi react to the killing of Indian soldiers in a deadly border clash in the Ladakh region in June 2020 by burning Chinese products and a poster of President Xi Jinping. Photo: AP
Indian traders in New Delhi react to the killing of Indian soldiers in a deadly border clash in the Ladakh region in June 2020 by burning Chinese products and a poster of President Xi Jinping. Photo: AP
India

India sets its foreign policy sights on China in shift away from Pakistan: ‘we are ready to join with others to curb you’

  • India’s old nonaligned stance, rooted in Cold War-era rivalries, has come to an end as its policymakers increasingly turn their focus to Beijing
  • A former Indian diplomat said New Delhi recognised the need to curb Beijing’s ‘ambitions’ – after decades of believing China was not a military threat

Indian traders in New Delhi react to the killing of Indian soldiers in a deadly border clash in the Ladakh region in June 2020 by burning Chinese products and a poster of President Xi Jinping. Photo: AP
Indian traders in New Delhi react to the killing of Indian soldiers in a deadly border clash in the Ladakh region in June 2020 by burning Chinese products and a poster of President Xi Jinping. Photo: AP
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