In the last four years Indo-China diplomacy has been on shifting sand. The roller-coaster relationship has been based on changing realities on the ground and evolving priorities of both the countries. India’s robust engagement with the Chinese Army in Doklam region and eye-ball to eye-ball contact in 2017 for 73-days marred the bilateral ties between the two countries. But now both the counties are making amends by sending their delegations to iron out the differences to improve the ties. The stability in the region will depend on how India diplomatically chooses to deal with China’s aggressive expansionist policy.