Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
India and China have committed to bilateral trade at $16/person in their two countries for the next five years.
Science, space, agriculture, education, tourism and nuclear energy are the main targets.
Still, there are concerns between these two population giants.
Here are four of them –
1. China’s dealing with India apart from its (China’s) relations with Pakistan
2. How China views the US-India nuclear deal
3. How China handles India’s proposals of coordination among Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar
4. India’s claim to a permanent seat on the UN security council.
It reminds me of a sumo match – two very very fat people trying to get along when their real intentions are to level one another.
I don’t think China or India, either one, has aspirations of dominating the other at the expense of the other.
However, I may be wrong.
What do you think?
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