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Publicly, China Says It’s Not Worried About Closer Japan-India Ties

Political cartoon published the Communist Party of Chiuna-run Global Times newspaper that aimed to criticize this week's Japan-India summit in New Delhi. Image via the Global Times.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry did not formally respond to this week’s Japan-India summit, but as is so often the case, Beijing leveraged the sharp-tongued CPC-run Global Times newspaper to speak on its behalf.

And if Monday’s editorial is anything to go by, the Chinese government isn’t very concerned about closer economic and security ties between its two rivals.

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