07/14/2017: Kashmir conflict: India’s view &Trump-Macron date & Financial risks in China

Following shelling between Pakistan and India that killed 7 civilians on both sides, the Indian government has reportedly been briefing leaders of opposition parties on issues including the Kashmir situation. This has been an extraordinary move as most decisions by the Modi government are taken without keeping the opposition in the loop. Why is the government doing it this time? Tridivesh Singh Maini, foreign policy analyst at the O.P. Jindal Global University, joins the discussion with Liu Xin on CGTN’s The Point.

French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Donald Trump held a joint press conference on Thursday after the American leader arrived to take part in Bastille Day celebrations. Bilateral talks were focused on free trade, climate change and fighting terrorism. How closely can the two countries cooperate in the future? Christopher Chambers at Georgetown University and Douglas Yates from the American Graduate School in Paris discuss on the show.

After years of financial reforms and development, China has become an important global player. But many still worry about China’s financial health. Is China at risk of a financial crisis? Could China’s debt problem trigger a systemic bankruptcy? Tsinghua University’s Fred Hu shares his point of view.

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