25 June 220 — Consortium News
The Indo-China border is a strategic chessboard and it’s gotten way more complex.
By Pepe Escobar
Special to Consortium News
It was straight from an Orientalist romantic thriller set in the Himalayas: soldiers fighting each other with stones and iron bars in the dead of night on a mountain ridge over 4,000 meters high, some plunging to their deaths into a nearly frozen river and dying of hypothermia.