India and China to hold border talks Border tension: New Delhi and Beijing hope to find a way forward. (Diptendu Dutta /AFP/Getty Images)
INDIA announced yesterday (20) it would host China for another round of talks on long-running border disputes, the first since they defused one of their worst deadlocks in decades. The foreign ministry said China’s special representative on borders would meet his counterpart in New Delhi tomorrow (22) for the 20th meeting on the unresolved “boundary question”. The regional giants have been arguing over their border since the 1960s when they went to war over Arunachal Pradesh state in east India. Special representatives from both sides have been holding regular talks since 2003, but disputes remain. This week’s meeting on…
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