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India-China border standoff shows no sign of easing 1 year on

Stronger Quad relations seen as contributing to stalled bilateral talks

NEW DELHI/BEIJING -- The deadly standoff between the Indian and Chinese militaries along the Himalayan border has lasted for one year to date with no progress anticipated in the near future.

Although the two sides agreed to a partial troop pullout earlier this year, negotiations have since stalled. The lack of movement on that front has been attributed to India signing onto a robust Quad relationship with Japan, the U.S. and Australia.

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