NEW DELHI: There’s relative calm along India’s western and northern frontiers—along the Line of Actual Control with Pakistan and along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, with China. While the Director Generals of India and Pakistan have spoken and renewed the pledge to adhere to ceasefire, the Corps Commanders of India and China have held the tenth round of talks on other friction points after the first phase of disengagement was completed from the banks of the Pangong Lake. On our new show—‘The Gist’—StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale talks to Prem Mahadevan, Lead analyst, Indo-Swiss Future Leaders Forum and Atul Aneja, strategic affairs commentator, about their take on the two front ‘peace’ and the implications going forward.
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