China-India border row: a year after Galwan clash and mistrust clouds peace prospects

China and India offered tributes this week for the soldiers who died a year ago in a clash over the two countries’ disputed Himalayan border.In India, the army released a video with a song commemorating the 20 Indian soldiers killed in the confrontation in the Galwan Valley. In China, the Xinjiang military region, which oversees the western border areas with India, arranged a low-key remembrance of its four casualties as part of centenary events for the Communist Party.While the first…

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