The Indian national flag is flown next to the Chinese national emblem in Beijing. Photo: AP

Kashmir dispute and India’s Himalayan war games jeopardise prospects for Modi-Xi summit

  • Beijing and New Delhi are supposed to be enjoying a resurgence in relations as their leaders prepare for another summit next month, but the reality is less rosy
  • A border stand-off, the dispute over Kashmir and India’s military games in the Himalayas mean Modi and Xi could find themselves back at square one
Topic |   China-India relations

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The Indian national flag is flown next to the Chinese national emblem in Beijing. Photo: AP
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Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi at a conference in southwest China two years ago. Photo: AFP

China and India try to set differences over Kashmir aside to focus on economic cooperation

  • Both countries use latest strategic economic dialogue in New Delhi to focus on areas such as drug development and technology
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Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi at a conference in southwest China two years ago. Photo: AFP
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