China and India may have a five-point plan but is it enough?

When the foreign ministers of China and India emerged from their meeting in Moscow last week, there was a sense of relief.Wang Yi and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said their 2½-hour discussion had yielded a five-point plan to ease the worst border crisis between the two countries in decades.It seemed like there was the start of a way out of clashes that had already claimed the lives of at least 20 Indian soldiers and involved gunfire.But their differences re-emerged almost…