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China's quest to grab more land undercut 3 decades of trust: C Raja Mohan

Referring to China's aggressive posturing in eastern Ladakh, South China Sea and East China Sea, Prof Mohan said China will face consequences for its misplaced aggression

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China has been pushing the countries closer to the US by its aggressive behaviour, said Prof C Raja Mohan

Press Trust of India New Delhi
China's misadventure in eastern Ladakh has created conditions for a "fundamental reset" of India's ties with that country as its "unacceptable assertion" of power and quest to grab more land undercut nearly three decades of efforts to build mutual trust, strategic affairs expert Prof C Raja Mohan said on Wednesday.

Referring to China's aggressive posturing in eastern Ladakh, South China Sea and East China Sea, Prof Mohan said China will face consequences for its misplaced aggression as it may trigger "nationalist counter-responses" including a push for re-balancing of power in the region.

"I think the important point here is that

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First Published: Jul 22 2020 | 4:35 PM IST

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