Saturday, October 24, 2009

Time's Take on the India-China Rivalry

The India-China rivalry isn't new and, unlike China's cultural rivalry with Japan, can get increasingly militaristic. China and India share a 2,175 mile border and has numerous border disputes in the Himalayas. The political game is certainly heating up. China's economy is overshadowing India's right now, and U.S. defense contractors can freely sell technology to India. Read Time magazine's take on the rivalry here.

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