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After a Collision in Doklam, India and China Are Correcting Course

Sep 6, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
A Chinese soldier interacts with an Indian soldier at the Nathu La Pass area at the India-China border in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim.

A Chinese soldier interacts with an Indian soldier at the Nathu La Pass area at the India-China border in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. A year after their tense military standoff over the Doklam Plateau high in the Himalayas, India and China are in the middle of resetting their relationship. 

(PSTR/AFP/Getty Images)

The two powers' adversarial relationship reached a boiling point on a Himalayan plateau in summer 2017, and now they're starting to work together again....

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