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India-China agree to disengage at Galwan Valley; experts discuss the road ahead

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After a 60 day long confrontation at the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India and China have agreed to disengage and deescalate tensions at the LAC. Both sides have agreed to ensure at the earliest complete disengagement of troops at the border. According to sources, disengagement has begun at Galwan, Hot Springs, and Gogra.

After a 60 day long confrontation at the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India and China have agreed to disengage and deescalate tensions at the LAC. Both sides have agreed to ensure at the earliest complete disengagement of troops at the border. According to sources, disengagement has begun at Galwan, Hot Springs, and Gogra.
To discuss more, CNBC-TV18’s Parikshit Luthra spoke to KC Singh, a Former Diplomat; SL Narasimhan, a Retired Lieutenant General and Member of the National Security Advisory Board; Dr. Zorawar Daulet Singh, an adjunct fellow at the Institute of Chinese Studies at Delhi and also the author of ‘Power and Diplomacy: India's Foreign Policies During the Cold War’; and Vipin Narang, Associate Professor of Political Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.