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Crossing the Line of Actual Control

Sep 12, 2017 | 11:21 GMT
A woman works in the fields of Arunachal Pradesh, a territory India controls but China claims as part of Tibet.

After 19 rounds of talks, China and India still disagree on the location of the border between them -- and over which side rightfully controls the territories of Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh.

(SABIRMALLICK/iStock)

The Line of Actual Control (LAC), the 4,057-kilometer boundary that runs between China and India along the arc of the world's highest mountains, has caused its share of strife. Over the years, the LAC has sparked standoffs, skirmishes and war between the two expanding nuclear powers. To try to keep...

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