Legacy issues between China and India have continued to stress ties, limiting the scope for exploring new avenues of cooperation. Photo: AP
Ananth Krishnan
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Ananth Krishnan

Can China and India agree on new ways to solve old problems?

  • The 1988 model adopted by Deng Xiaoping and Rajiv Gandhi to shelve differences and find common ground to cooperate needs to evolve
  • The challenge for Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to set a higher bar for dialogue, writes Ananth Krishnan

TOP PICKS

Legacy issues between China and India have continued to stress ties, limiting the scope for exploring new avenues of cooperation. Photo: AP
READ FULL ARTICLE