A woman holds a photograph of Chinese President Xi Jinping as Indian demonstrators gather for a protest near the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 1962 war between the two countries. Photo: AP A woman holds a photograph of Chinese President Xi Jinping as Indian demonstrators gather for a protest near the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 1962 war between the two countries. Photo: AP
A woman holds a photograph of Chinese President Xi Jinping as Indian demonstrators gather for a protest near the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 1962 war between the two countries. Photo: AP

As India eyes US military deal, neutrality on China takes back seat

  • Some of the Indian government’s recent strategic decisions may be an indication of a wholesale policy change towards Beijing
  • Much of the change stems from New Delhi’s growing frustration over its border stand-off with Beijing, and has it considering stronger ties with the US

Topic |   China-India relations
A woman holds a photograph of Chinese President Xi Jinping as Indian demonstrators gather for a protest near the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 1962 war between the two countries. Photo: AP A woman holds a photograph of Chinese President Xi Jinping as Indian demonstrators gather for a protest near the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 1962 war between the two countries. Photo: AP
A woman holds a photograph of Chinese President Xi Jinping as Indian demonstrators gather for a protest near the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 1962 war between the two countries. Photo: AP
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