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China Once Again Blocks India's Bid to List JeM Founder as Global Terrorist
March 14, 2019
China Once Again Blocks India's Bid to List JeM Founder as Global Terrorist
For the fourth time in 10 years, China put a “technical hold” on the proposal to sanction Masood Azhar.
China Once Again Blocks India's Bid to List JeM Founder as Global Terrorist
Can India Use Boycotts to Pressure China on Terror?
March 13, 2019
Can India Use Boycotts to Pressure China on Terror?
Ultimately, an Indian boycott of Chinese imports is neither feasible, nor effective, nor efficient.
Can India Use Boycotts to Pressure China on Terror?
Ananth Krishnan on India-China Ties in an Era of Superpower Competition
February 26, 2019
Ananth Krishnan on India-China Ties in an Era of Superpower Competition
An Indian journalist based in China for 9 years shares his impressions of the two countries's relationship.
Ananth Krishnan on India-China Ties in an Era of Superpower Competition
India’s Fight Against Terrorism: China’s Silence Speaks Volumes
February 21, 2019
India’s Fight Against Terrorism: China’s Silence Speaks Volumes
The Pulwama attack has once again drawn attention to China's equivocal stance on Pakistan-based terror outfits.
India’s Fight Against Terrorism: China’s Silence Speaks Volumes
Mani Shankar Aiyar on India and Changing Dynamics in South Asia
January 10, 2019
Mani Shankar Aiyar on India and Changing Dynamics in South Asia
“India needs to make South Asia the most important focus of our foreign policy.”
Mani Shankar Aiyar on India and Changing Dynamics in South Asia
Asian Rivalries and the Sri Lankan Constitutional Crisis
October 31, 2018
Asian Rivalries and the Sri Lankan Constitutional Crisis
India must not err too far on the side of caution as events play out in Sri Lanka.
Asian Rivalries and the Sri Lankan Constitutional Crisis
Can the New China-India Thaw Last?
October 19, 2018
Can the New China-India Thaw Last?
Despite India’s recent seeking of friendlier ties with Beijing, the future prospects for relations remain uncertain.
Can the New China-India Thaw Last?
Maldives Voters Grant Decisive Victory to Opposition Candidate in Blow to Pro-China Leader
September 24, 2018
Maldives Voters Grant Decisive Victory to Opposition Candidate in Blow to Pro-China Leader
The result is a triumph for democracy in the Maldives, with a historic turnout of more than 85 percent.
Maldives Voters Grant Decisive Victory to Opposition Candidate in Blow to Pro-China Leader
The Folly of Great Expectation From India-China Relations
August 28, 2018
The Folly of Great Expectation From India-China Relations
The Chinese defense minister's visit to India is not a cure-all for what ails the relationship.
The Folly of Great Expectation From India-China Relations
The Great Game for the Future of Tibetan Buddhism
August 20, 2018
The Great Game for the Future of Tibetan Buddhism
India, China, and the case of the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa.
The Great Game for the Future of Tibetan Buddhism
Making Sense of India’s Foreign Policy After 72 Years of Independence
August 16, 2018
Making Sense of India’s Foreign Policy After 72 Years of Independence
India today is a self-confident power, able to navigate global affairs with aplomb.
Making Sense of India’s Foreign Policy After 72 Years of Independence
India Makes Moves at Indonesia's Strategic Sabang Port
July 17, 2018
India Makes Moves at Indonesia's Strategic Sabang Port
The Indian Navy's "Act East" initiative begins at Sabang.
India Makes Moves at Indonesia's Strategic Sabang Port
What Did China Really Think of the Xi-Modi Meeting?
May 10, 2018
What Did China Really Think of the Xi-Modi Meeting?
Chinese media coverage was far different than the English language summaries.
What Did China Really Think of the Xi-Modi Meeting?
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
May 10, 2018
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
As the security situation in Afghanistan deteriorates, what are the stakes for New Delhi?
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
Why Did Nehru Want the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations?
April 07, 2018
Why Did Nehru Want the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations?
What history tells us about India’s support for the PRC in the 1950s.
Why Did Nehru Want the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations?
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
March 10, 2018
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
Pakistan and Nepal rarely exchange bilateral visits. This trip -- under the gaze of India and China -- has made waves.
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
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