A Common Responsibility
China-India cooperation has gone beyond any bilateral scope and is of global significance. Their common development not only benefits their 2.4 billion people but also benefits Asia and the whole world
Complex Issue, Hopeful Prospects

The Sino-Indian border dispute is a complicated historical issue. The two countries have lived in peace with each other in spite of no official boundary in the contested area. However, it is not a coincidence that the border issue became a major barrier impacting bilateral relations over the past six decades

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False Discord
China poses no threat to India, despite claims from the West
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Debunking the China Threat
A panel of experts dicusses global reactions to the so-called 'China threat'
Dancing Together
India's China policy emphasizes cooperation
A New Phase of Integration
As East Asian nations strengthen cooperation despite frictions, the United States plays a questionable role
Reaching out Across the Himalayas
Premier Li Keqiang's trip stresses further cooperation between China and India
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