A Himalayan Rivalry and the Future of India-China Relations

Online Event

22 November 2023

3pm New Delhi | 5:30pm Beijing | 10:30am Brussels

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Three years after deadly border clashes between Indian and Chinese troops in the Himalayas — one of the world's highest battlefields — relations between India and China remain on thin ice. In September, President Xi failed to attend the G20 hosted by New Delhi in a move that comes as competition between the two Asian giants over their regional and global influence is met by heavy military build-up on either side of their disputed, Himalayan border. 

In this online event, our senior analysts for India, Praveen Donthi, and China, Amanda Hsiao, will look at our report due out on 14 November Thin Ice in the Himalayas: Handling the India-China Border Dispute in discussion around the past, present and future of India-China relations. Our analysts will offer insight into the dispute by sharing perceptions from either side of the border and look at how this regional rivalry is increasingly enmeshed with the great power competition shaping Asia. 

Praveen Donthi | Senior Analyst, India
Amanda Hsiao | Senior Analyst, China

Huong Le Thu | Deputy Program Director, Asia

The event will be in English and livestreamed on YouTube.

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