While neither side wants escalation, their actions risk exacerbating a classic security dilemma, leading to costly, high-stakes competition.

Publication Type: Analysis and Commentary

Relations between the two Asian giants have soured over the last decade, particular following a 2020 border brawl between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley. While there are credible concerns that these nuclear powers’ ties are trending in the wrong direction — particularly as both sides continue provocative actions — neither Beijing nor New Delhi wants to see an escalation toward a more serious conflict. For its part, the United States has sought to […]

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