India and China have agreed to disengage after a military build-up on their Himalayan border, but tensions remain. Photo: AFPIndia and China have agreed to disengage after a military build-up on their Himalayan border, but tensions remain. Photo: AFP
India and China have agreed to disengage after a military build-up on their Himalayan border, but tensions remain. Photo: AFP

China-India border dispute may force South Asian neighbours to pick a side

  • Smaller countries in South Asia have sought to avoid being dragged into the hostility between New Delhi and Beijing
  • But observers say it will become harder to maintain this neutrality

Topic |   China-India border dispute
India and China have agreed to disengage after a military build-up on their Himalayan border, but tensions remain. Photo: AFPIndia and China have agreed to disengage after a military build-up on their Himalayan border, but tensions remain. Photo: AFP
India and China have agreed to disengage after a military build-up on their Himalayan border, but tensions remain. Photo: AFP
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