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China needs to realise bullying won’t work. India’s message from Bali is clear

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By refusing to normalise ties until China disengages its troops in Ladakh, India’s shown it won’t bow down to its big-power neighbour. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said during talks in Bali that dialogue must be based on mutual respect, sensitivity, and interests. China needs to realise bullying won’t work.

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