The Chinese and Indian troops that were locked in a months-long stand-off on the Doklam plateau might have retreated, but the underlying dispute between the two countries is far from resolved. Photo: AP The Chinese and Indian troops that were locked in a months-long stand-off on the Doklam plateau might have retreated, but the underlying dispute between the two countries is far from resolved. Photo: AP
The Chinese and Indian troops that were locked in a months-long stand-off on the Doklam plateau might have retreated, but the underlying dispute between the two countries is far from resolved. Photo: AP

The troops may have stepped back, but the China-India dispute in the Himalayas is far from over

Damage done by the crisis at Doklam, particularly to bilateral agreements, will have a spillover effect in the years to come

Topic |   China-India border dispute
The Chinese and Indian troops that were locked in a months-long stand-off on the Doklam plateau might have retreated, but the underlying dispute between the two countries is far from resolved. Photo: AP The Chinese and Indian troops that were locked in a months-long stand-off on the Doklam plateau might have retreated, but the underlying dispute between the two countries is far from resolved. Photo: AP
The Chinese and Indian troops that were locked in a months-long stand-off on the Doklam plateau might have retreated, but the underlying dispute between the two countries is far from resolved. Photo: AP
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