Why China and India are Fighting With Clubs
A few weeks ago, two nuclear-armed neighbors got into a fistfight. Actually, there were some clubs and other handheld weapons, too. It was bizarre and people died, more than 20 on the Indian side. The Chinese have been more coy about their numbers.
To get a grip on what happened and what it means for the future, we have Maria Abi-Habib of the New York Times on the show. Abi-Habib is a South Asia correspondent who is based in India’s capital of Delhi.
- Recorded 7/22/20
- India’s army focus
- How the battle went down
- How to project power without even trying
- How to lose friends and influence your enemies
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