Doklam Hangover: Crisis Averted But Threat Persists As China Renews Focus On Borders

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About three months after India and China reached an agreement on disengagement at Doklam, a region disputed between Bhutan and its northern neighbour, special representatives from New Delhi and Beijing held the 20th round of border talks. They decided to work on the modalities to avoid another Doklam-like situation.

But in the last week of December Chinese were found building roads inside Indian territories at Tuting in Arunachal Pradesh. Their equipment was seized by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and the workers were pushed back. The equipment were returned to Chinese side last week.

Reports suggest that frequency of incursions was exceptionally high last year, especially in the post-Doklam phase. Chinese forces made 415 recorded incursions during the last year, a jump of over 50 per cent compared to 2016, when 271 border trespasses were seen.


Chinese government is still smarting under the compromise it was forced to arrive at to resolve the Doklam face-off days ahead of a BRICS summit it was to host. India was seen a gainer even though Beijing did not lose anything. Chinese media were flooded with reports raising concerns about the “security” of China’s southern borders.

Chinese commentators are serving warnings to India repeatedly referring to the 1962 war. Writing for a prominent website, Zhou Bo, an honorary fellow with PLA Academy of Military Science, said, “The fact that China and the former Soviet Union had a skirmish in 1969 means that war is still possible between two ­nuclear powers. India’s military resources cannot sustain a showdown with China.”

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