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China-Nepal At odds with India :A Study of India s Mid Pandemic Border Crisis

Megha Shrivastava


  1. M.A. in Politics (With Specialization in International Relations) (2017-19), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, INDIA


India’s border conundrums have had appeared over time and again since independence. Many portions of India’s northern border are disputed by one or the other neighbour. During the time when the world is facing one of the worst pandemic of all times which has created convulsive economic and humanitarian crisis for India, it is facing two front border crises with both China and Nepal. The three countries share close yet complex relationships with each other concerning the historically close ties which have recently taken regressive geopolitical turns. This article takes a brief view of the border crisis of India with both Nepal and China. It analyses how China and Nepal looks at one another’s border crisis with India and unfurls their inherent interests involved in the borders with India. Lastly, it engages the readers with the view as to how both at sodality with each other are turning hostile towards India.

India, China, Nepal, border dispute, Kalapani, Lipulekh, Galwan valley, Pangong Lake