China settled its fringe quarrels with Russia and other Soviet successor states during the 1990s and 2000s through a genuine strategic push on the two sides and mass trades of an area, and they've been basically a nonissue from that point forward.
Be that as it may, despite the fact that the region included was a lot bigger, the Himalayan regional debates are significantly more delicate and harder to determine.
Accordingly, the skirmishes took place in the wake of the strategic policies which the two sides shares prior to the outbreak of 1962 war between China and India.
Let me clarify the stances of the two sides' leaders which they developed respectively regarding the vision of the national policy.
Once Nehru stated as mentioned by Dr. ZA Cheema in his book; Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia that India is born for a bigger role. The proclamation of existence for bigger role paved the way to misperception. Similarly, in his later statements, Mao Ze Tung envisioned that India on our boundaries would not remain dormant.
Thus, the inborn misperceptions led to the confrontations that resulted in the ongoing skirmishes. In fact, the two sides due to misperception against each other which is the key to security dilemma locked into bloody clashes in ladakh region.
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