As India re-evaluates its stance and toes a new line on China, it must pause to reflect on the possible outcome
The cover of Hardnews Magazine's March issue looks at the shifting geopolitics of South Asia. As India re-evaluates its stance and toes a new line on China, a detailed story reflects on why New Delhi must pause to reflect on the possible outcome.
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