Geopolitical bias is blinding India to benefits of cooperation with China, a state-run Chinese newspaper said today, underlining that the two sides can cooperate on projects that are not sensitive if historical issues cannot be immediately solved.
“New Delhi is over-concerned about Beijings intentions, and there are even critical voices in India against (Prime Minister Narendra) Modis China-friendly remarks,” an op-ed article in the state-run Global Times said.
It said India still views the bilateral relationship with China from the lens of geopolitics and regards Beijing as a strategic rival. Every time China reaches out to strengthen cooperation with countries regarded by India as within its sphere of influence, India worries the cooperation is deliberately targeting it, the article added. Read More…
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