Though the diplomatic talks between India and China appear promising, the past six months indicate that both countries may have to adjust their strategic approach along the border and embrace a status quo of vigilance.
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China is clearly engaged in military intimidation of Taiwan and is not living up to its commitment to settle the cross-strait issues through peaceful means.
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