Buddhist monks pass a power station in Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu. Photo: Reuters Buddhist monks pass a power station in Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu. Photo: Reuters
Buddhist monks pass a power station in Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu. Photo: Reuters
Ajai Shukla
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Ajai Shukla

Doklam a year on: Bhutan more worried about India than China

New Delhi must realise there are few takers in Bhutan for the logic that India’s military commitment gives it ownership over Thimphu’s security and economic decision-making

Buddhist monks pass a power station in Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu. Photo: Reuters Buddhist monks pass a power station in Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu. Photo: Reuters
Buddhist monks pass a power station in Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu. Photo: Reuters
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Ajai Shukla

Ajai Shukla

A former Indian Army colonel, Ajai Shukla is an analyst and commentator on defence and security affairs