The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi’s grand tour of China

The Heat

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has wrapped up his much talked about tour of China. While the bilateral ties between the world’s two most populous nations remain economically optimistic, it has a more complicated geopolitical relationship.

The prime minister  has signed economic and trade deals worth $22 billion with Beijing. Talks were also held about a decade-long border dispute issue. Modi said both India and China have agreed to explore “fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable resolution” to the issue. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang spoke about the importance of both nations working together.

CCTV’s Hou Na had this report from Beijing.

The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi's grand tour of China pt. 1

The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi's grand tour of China pt. 1

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has wrapped up his much talked about tour of China. While the bilateral ties between the world's two most populous nations remain economically optimistic, it has a more complicated geopolitical relationship.

The Heat interviewed Victor Gao, a Chinese international relations expert, for more insight into India-China relations.

The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi\'s grand tour of China pt. 2

The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi\'s grand tour of China pt. 2

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has wrapped up his much talked about tour of China. While the bilateral ties between the world's two most populous nations remain economically optimistic, it has a more complicated geopolitical relationship.

The Heat interviewed a panel of experts for more insight into the prime minister’s visit to China and what it means for India-China relations:

  • Tarun Vijay is a member of India’s parliament.
  • Moeed Yusuf is the director of South Asia programs at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington.
The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi\'s grand tour of China pt. 3

The Heat discusses Indian PM Modi\'s grand tour of China pt. 3

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has wrapped up his much talked about tour of China. While the bilateral ties between the world's two most populous nations remain economically optimistic, it has a more complicated geopolitical relationship.