Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping at last year’s BRICS summit in Goa. The pair will meet at next week’s summit in Xiamen. Photo: Reuters Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping at last year’s BRICS summit in Goa. The pair will meet at next week’s summit in Xiamen. Photo: Reuters
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping at last year’s BRICS summit in Goa. The pair will meet at next week’s summit in Xiamen. Photo: Reuters

Lessons learned in tense China-India border row but it will cast a long shadow, analysts say

With the BRICS summit next week and growing economic cooperation at stake, both sides had good reason to end the stand-off

Topic |   China-India border dispute
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping at last year’s BRICS summit in Goa. The pair will meet at next week’s summit in Xiamen. Photo: Reuters Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping at last year’s BRICS summit in Goa. The pair will meet at next week’s summit in Xiamen. Photo: Reuters
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping at last year’s BRICS summit in Goa. The pair will meet at next week’s summit in Xiamen. Photo: Reuters

Corrected [3:31pm, 29 Jun, 2020]

  • [3:31pm, 29 Jun, 2020]

    An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that Wang Dehua was from the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies. 

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