The tensions between South Asia’s superpowers, China and India, have never been higher in recent memory. These economic giants and nuclear states are locked in an escalating competition, which broke into open military conflict along the contested line of actual control of the China-India border. What does this conflict mean for Indian foreign policy? How does this tension impact regional economic and security challenges?
To answer these pressing questions, Wikistrat talked with two leading experts in Indian foreign policy – Dr. Bihbu Routray and Dr. Harsh Pant. The two shared their analyses of India’s future actions in relation to China and the future of South Asian security with Wikistrat’s Podcast Host Emmet Halm. The following presentation highlights some of their key insights.