THE CORROSIVE COMPROMISE OF THE SINO-INDIAN BORDER MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK: FROM DOKLAM TO GALWAN

@article{Karackattu2020THECC,
  title={THE CORROSIVE COMPROMISE OF THE SINO-INDIAN BORDER MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK: FROM DOKLAM TO GALWAN},
  author={Joe Thomas Karackattu},
  journal={Asian Affairs},
  year={2020},
  volume={51},
  pages={590 - 604}
}
ABSTRACT India and China have entered a new low in their bilateral relations. Having fought a war in 1962, it took over three decades for both countries to achieve normalcy at the borders, aided by a series of border management agreements and protocols to maintain tranquility along the border areas. However, the June 2020 Galwan clashes have changed that permanently. This paper argues that the current escalation of border clashes is both a symptom and consequence of the breakdown of the… Expand