China and India have some similarities which have led to a pure peer rivalry: they’re the world’s first- and second-most populated international locations, each have giant territories, they share a border, and each are growing international locations. One of their elementary variations is of their programs of governance—India is a democracy whereas China is an authoritarian communist state. In this episode of China Unscripted, we talk about why China is fearful of India, the chance of kinetic struggle between the 2 international locations and what may occur if India and the US have been to turn out to be nearer allies. Joining us on this episode is Professor M.D. Nalapat, the director of the division of geopolitics and worldwide relations at India’s Manipal University.

You can observe him on Twitter @MD_Nalapat

This is a spotlight from the total episode No. 139 How to Win a War With China

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