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As this edition comes into your hand, the implementation of the government’s decision of the abrogation of Article 370 and the formal division of the state of J&K into two Union Territories (UT) would have taken place. This action of New Delhi has stumped Pakistan in particular, and also sends an aggressive reminder to its mentor China, that India is unwilling to accept its grand manipulative designs. In the backdrop of Pak-China nexus, New Delhi chose to send 27 EU lawmakers for a visit to that Valley that led to Pakistan stepping up its terror attacks on unarmed and innocent civilians. This act of terrorism on mere unarmed labourers and apple traders was Pakistan’s way to reinforce its stamp on the minds of its sympathizers in the Valley that it has not lost the plot completely, and will continue to use violent means to incite unrest in the valley. Yet the focus of this edition centres around the third player in the Jammu and Kashmir region: China. The November 2019 edition illuminates the dynamics of the recent engagement between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian PM Narendra Modi, leading us to ask, “Is India wooing China?” This is particularly when China has made it known that its loyalties lay with our arch-rival Pakistan. Both economic power houses expressed in their respective statements that they were open to continuing their healthy economic competition in a presently multipolar world.

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