Explained: 2 years after Galwan clash, where India-China relations stand today


Further, India’s exchange with China in the schedule year 2021 was $125 billion, higher than in the earlier year, and higher than pre-pandemic, pre-Ladakh deadlock levels.

Two years after the Galwan conflict in the Ladakh levels, in which 20 Indian warriors were killed, and which plunged India-China relations to their least in many years, the different sides are normalizing relations in many regards, with the Indian side showing a realism a long ways in front of the “lal aankh” way of talking.


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