Indo-China relations, against the backdrop of heightened tensions on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the 3,488 km demarcation line that separates the two, may not warm up any time soon, an expert says.
Speaking to Sputnik India on the issue, Dr B.R. Deepak, professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), said the problem is "complex" and there seems to be no quick solution to it at the moment.
He, however, said that it's always possible that the two nations make some agreements to reduce tension keeping the mutual interests
The professor was also of the view that the relations between the two giant Asian powers
get affected by international politics involving India and the US
The professor also believed that ongoing interactions at various levels between the two nations is a strong step in the right direction, and it would help reducing the tension.