CSSP Webinar on Dynamics of India-China Relationship Amid Galwan Face-Off on 5th & 6th July

Bilateral relationship between India and China has been a story of proxy friendship amid mutual distrust for the last 58 years. Despite this nagging reality, there was no bloody face-off since 1975. But the night of 15th June has heralded a new hot age in their relationship. Will it turn more violent or go back to the same strategic situation? If it takes a more violent route, should we witness the beginning of 3rd world war? At this juncture, this question seems to be more hypothetical than actual. But the COVID-19 angle to this reality is posing bigger questions.

The stand-off in the Galwan valley is perhaps not the actual agenda of China, but an attempt to get world’s attention off from Corona pandemic. China is being criticized severely the world over for its alleged involvement in the genesis of the pandemic. If it proves right, China will have to pay a very hefty price, which will actually and eventually break its dream of becoming the biggest power in international politics. Right now, it is almost knocking the door by being the second biggest economy of almost 15 trillion dollars just after the United States. India, being neighbor to China has something more at stake.

What options, now, India is left with? Should it stoop down or fight for its pride? The way Modi leadership has emerged in the Indian politics since 2014 gives clear and ample indication of tit-for-tat approach like Balakot strike on Feb. 26 in Pakistan against the Pulwama terror attack on 14 Feb, 2019. But this is not so easy this time. Let’s wait and see.

Topic – Dynamics of India-China Relationship Amid Galwan Face-Off

Date & Time – 5-6, July, 2020 (11 am to 1:30 pm)


  1. Historical blunders.
  2. Recent Development.
  3. Impact of Covid-19.
  4. Possibility of Sino-India full-fledged war and it’s  turning into 3rd world war.


Dr A K Verma

Director, CSSP, Kanpur



Dr Ashish Shukla

ICWA, New Delhi


Dr Saurabh Mishra

Amity University, Noida



Dr Sarika Dubey

Associate Professor, Prayagraj


Pankaj Singh

Associate Professor, Azamgarh



Dr Sanjay Kumar

Associate Professor, State Coordinator, CSSP


Dr Dharmendra Pratap Srivastava

Assistant Professor, Ghazipur


Mr Kamal Kumar Srivastava

Research Assistant, CSSP, Kanpur

Registration Process 

All the participants are requested to register online by visiting


Fees for the Programme: Rs. 100 (Non- Refundable)

Payment can be done through Paytm/NEFT to the below mentioned account.

Account Name : Centre for the Study of Society and Politics A/C No. 09142010032130 IFSC : ORBC0100914

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