Money Talks

Who’s to Blame for the India-China Border Clash?

Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in the Galwan Valley, along India and China’s heavily contested Himalayan border known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC). It was the first deadly border clash between the nuclear-armed nations in 45 years. And while both sides insist they don’t want war neither is backing down. So, what could happen next? Guests: Vinod Bhatia Retired Lieutenant General in the Indian Army Einar Tangen China Affairs Analyst Michael Kugelman Deputy Director of the Wilson Center's Asia Program

History of India-China Border Conflict

History of India-China Border Conflict

China and India trade blame in Himalayan dispute

China and India trade blame in Himalayan dispute

Indian PM visits disputed border with China

Indian PM visits disputed border with China

India bans Chinese mobile apps

India bans Chinese mobile apps

Germany set to slash taxes on energy consumption

Germany set to slash taxes on energy consumption

Oil prices hit six-month lows after drop in US stockpiles

Oil prices hit six-month lows after drop in US stockpiles

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Oil prices slump on optimism of fresh supply from Iran

China's central bank cuts key lending rates to boost economy

China's central bank cuts key lending rates to boost economy

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Drought worsens Europe's energy crisis

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Kenya’s president candidates pledge income support for jobless youth

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US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

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OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

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