An Indian Army convoy carrying reinforcements and supplies travels towards Leh through Zoji La, a high mountain pass bordering China in Ladakh, India, in June 2021. Photo: TNS
An Indian Army convoy carrying reinforcements and supplies travels towards Leh through Zoji La, a high mountain pass bordering China in Ladakh, India, in June 2021. Photo: TNS

Tensions ease on China-India border amid changing geopolitical landscape

  • Troops have begun disengaging from frontier in western Himalayas after protracted stand-off, Chinese defence ministry says
  • Shared concerns have ‘reinforced common interests’ and the nations have managed to avoid escalation while trade soars, according to analyst

An Indian Army convoy carrying reinforcements and supplies travels towards Leh through Zoji La, a high mountain pass bordering China in Ladakh, India, in June 2021. Photo: TNS
An Indian Army convoy carrying reinforcements and supplies travels towards Leh through Zoji La, a high mountain pass bordering China in Ladakh, India, in June 2021. Photo: TNS
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