India to maintain ‘continuity’ in China ties
After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi won a second term in office last month when his ruling party claimed a landslide victory in elections, the rest of the world has focused its attention on what foreign policy he will adopt over the next five years.
During a seminar hosted by Chinese think tank Pangoal Institution, Dr Srikanth Kondapalli, a professor in Chinese studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University and India's foremost China expert, predicted a continuity of Modi's foreign policy toward China, which will adhere to the spirit of the Wuhan meeting last year.
The Wuhan meeting is viewed as an important step toward improving bilateral relations. According to Kondapalli, the current bilateral differences will not turn into disputes.