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

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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