Zhou Enlai of China and India’s Jawarharlal Nehru at the Bandung Conference in 1955, which set the scene for the Non-Aligned Movement. Photo: UPI Zhou Enlai of China and India’s Jawarharlal Nehru at the Bandung Conference in 1955, which set the scene for the Non-Aligned Movement. Photo: UPI
Zhou Enlai of China and India’s Jawarharlal Nehru at the Bandung Conference in 1955, which set the scene for the Non-Aligned Movement. Photo: UPI
Kai He
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Kai He

As US-China ties worsen, India and China must revisit the ‘Bandung spirit’ to avert a new cold war

  • While Beijing does not intend to get involved in an ideological battle with Washington, all of Asia risks getting caught up in their strategic competition
  • China and India took part in the 1955 Bandung Conference. Now they must reignite that spirit and look towards peaceful coexistence among nations

Zhou Enlai of China and India’s Jawarharlal Nehru at the Bandung Conference in 1955, which set the scene for the Non-Aligned Movement. Photo: UPI Zhou Enlai of China and India’s Jawarharlal Nehru at the Bandung Conference in 1955, which set the scene for the Non-Aligned Movement. Photo: UPI
Zhou Enlai of China and India’s Jawarharlal Nehru at the Bandung Conference in 1955, which set the scene for the Non-Aligned Movement. Photo: UPI
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