NEW DELHI: The current standoff in Ladakh is far bigger in scope and strength than ever before but attempted intrusions and transgressions by the Chinese ground forces is not a new occurrence. For a decade now, the size and duration of India-China faceoffs have increased with each year. Depsang, 2013, Chumur 2014, Doklam 2017 are testimony to this trend. In this episode of Simply Nitin, StratNewsGlobal Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale recalls the Chumur Standoff at a time when Xi Jinping was on a visit to India in September 2014.
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