The Economist have an interesting article about the growing economic, political and military rivalry between China and India which last came to prominence when the Chinese gave the Indians a humiliating pasting in the 1960s War.
What the rather long and slightly esoteric article surprisingly failed to mention was the one area of commonality between these two Himalayan rivals (40% of the world's population) is both have a shocking record of human rights abuses when it comes to the treatment of Muslim minorities. China's mass murder of Muslims in Xinjiang along with India's similar treatment of Muslims in Kashmir I believe sadly binds Chindia more than the attempt of the Economist to divide them like another British legacy - the McMahon line.
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