India and China have had fraught relations for decades and crossed swords militarily as recently as 2017. Lately, notes 2019 AsiaGlobal Fellow Ananth Krishnan, New Delhi and Beijing have sought to pursue broader objectives and break out of the cycle of diplomatic ups and downs, with a view to bringing a greater degree of predictability and stability to the relationship at a time of increasing global flux. Yet several factors – from border disputes to trade imbalances to relationships with neighbors and allies – keep getting in the way.
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