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Cracks in Xi and Modi’s Shared World Vision

Poster:Post date:2019-12-07
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(China),(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Regional Issues),(China’s Rise)
(East Asia Forum, By Chris Ogden) Still, the ties that bind India and China ought to be far stronger than those that push them apart, with both sides keen to modernise and develop through enhanced trade and multilateral linkages. With Modi and Xi set to lead their states for years to come, whatever personal chemistry there was at the second informal summit will be vital for creating a solid bedrock in their relations in the decades to come. <Accessed 2019-12-07>  
Last modification time:2019-12-08 AM 8:04

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