Gray Sergeant

Why is India covering up clashes with China in the Himalayas?

Arunachal Pradesh (Credit: Getty images)

For more than 20 years the West ignored China’s militarisation of the South China Sea. Until, that is, it was too late. Now, after being artificially expanded and built out with sand, the islands of this crucial maritime space are dotted with Chinese missile systems and runways. The region’s smaller nations, who also lay claim

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Gray Sergeant
Gray Sergeant is an Associate Fellow in Chinese Geopolitics at the Council on Geostrategy, Chair of Hong Kong Watch, and a long-suffering Labour party campaigner based in South Essex

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