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State Department Officials Clarify Pompeo’s Views on the Quad
October 07, 2020

State Department Officials Clarify Pompeo’s Views on the Quad

By Abhijnan Rej
The U.S. sees the need for “effective multilateralism” in the region – hinting that it considers ASEAN a lost cause.
Dead in the Water: India’s Push Into the Seas Is Unlikely to Help Matters on Land
October 06, 2020

Dead in the Water: India’s Push Into the Seas Is Unlikely to Help Matters on Land

By Abhijnan Rej
As the Ladakh crisis crosses the 5-month mark, many in New Delhi are suggesting a radically different approach toward China’s bad behavior.

Can India Pursue the ‘Strategic Encirclement’ of China?
October 06, 2020

Can India Pursue the ‘Strategic Encirclement’ of China?

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Pushing back against Chinese behavior in East and Southeast Asia would shore up India's position in the Himalayas.

China Muddies Waters Further in Ladakh by Resurrecting Old Claim
October 01, 2020

China Muddies Waters Further in Ladakh by Resurrecting Old Claim

By Abhijnan Rej
With each passing provocative claim, Beijing is making the possibility of a face-saving solution remote for India – and itself.

China-India Tensions Put New Delhi at the Margins of the SCO
September 29, 2020

China-India Tensions Put New Delhi at the Margins of the SCO

By Phunchok Stobdan
As Sino-India relations enter free-fall, New Delhi finds itself at the margins of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
Jaswant Singh and George Nathaniel Curzon: The Minister and the Viceroy
September 29, 2020

Jaswant Singh and George Nathaniel Curzon: The Minister and the Viceroy

By Abhijnan Rej
Exploring the legacy of India’s former External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh -- and the role of a long-dead British viceroy in it.

The India-China Ladakh Crisis: Why So Silent, World?
September 24, 2020

The India-China Ladakh Crisis: Why So Silent, World?

By Abhijnan Rej
The fact that the tense standoff in Ladakh has not led to a greater impression on the public in the U.S. and elsewhere raises uncomfortable questions.
Fresh Round of India-China Military Commanders’ Talks Hint at a New Status Quo on their Border
September 23, 2020

Fresh Round of India-China Military Commanders’ Talks Hint at a New Status Quo on their Border

By Abhijnan Rej
A joint statement after the meeting does not mention restoration of status quo in eastern Ladakh – an omission consistent with hardening Chinese position.

Voices From the Himalayas Amid Tensions Along the China-India Border 
September 22, 2020

Voices From the Himalayas Amid Tensions Along the China-India Border 

By Bhat Burhan
Beneath the geopolitical clash between India and China, the people of Ladakh live with the weight of an economic collapse and worries about war.

US Congressman ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Ongoing India-China Crisis
September 18, 2020

US Congressman ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Ongoing India-China Crisis

By Abhijnan Rej
The United States and India are in touch about the ongoing standoff in eastern Ladakh.

China Isn’t Hiding the Border Tensions With India From Its Public Anymore
September 16, 2020

China Isn’t Hiding the Border Tensions With India From Its Public Anymore

By Aadil Brar
China has loosened its restrictions on reporting about the border standoff, while still practicing heavy-handed opinion shaping tactics.
Indian Defense Minister Blames China for Ongoing Crisis, Suggesting India’s Military Option Remains Open
September 15, 2020

Indian Defense Minister Blames China for Ongoing Crisis, Suggesting India’s Military Option Remains Open

By Abhijnan Rej
Rajnath Singh’s statement before the Indian Parliament stood out for its blunt tone.

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