Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses soldiers during a visit to Ladakh after a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops. Photo: AP Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses soldiers during a visit to Ladakh after a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops. Photo: AP
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses soldiers during a visit to Ladakh after a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops. Photo: AP

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China-India tensions: will New Delhi play the Taiwan and Tibet card in its face off with Beijing?

  • First there was a deadly clash in the Himalayas, then New Delhi set its sights on TikTok. Are Taiwan and Tibet next on India’s agenda with China?
  • Border dispute means New Delhi no longer needs to hold off on diplomatic relationship out of fear of upsetting Beijing, observers say

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses soldiers during a visit to Ladakh after a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops. Photo: AP Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses soldiers during a visit to Ladakh after a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops. Photo: AP
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses soldiers during a visit to Ladakh after a deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops. Photo: AP
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