Can IPEF Reduce India’s Economic Dependence on China?
By Niranjan Marjani
IPEF will have to contend with the same worries that led India to walk out of RCEP.
In Trade, China Has a Sharp Edge Over India, and Sharp Things Can Be Weaponized
By Krzysztof Iwanek
It is not an Indian boycott of Chinese goods that would be a real challenge for New Delhi, but Beijing’s blocking of exports to India.
Can India Decouple From China?
By Amitendu Palit
India has a very long journey on the road to self-reliance before it can expect to substantially reduce dependence on China.
The Limits of India’s Urge to Boycott Chinese Brands
By Anubhav Roy
The reality of Indian manufacturing – and consumption – makes such a boycott unrealistic.
Coronavirus Deepens India’s Economic Chill
By Anthony Fensom
Key sectors in India’s economy depend heavily on imports from China, where production has come to a near-halt.
What to Expect from the India-China High-Level Trade Dialogue
By Priyanka Pandit
The Sino-Indian trade deficit is both an economic and a political problem.
Can India Use Boycotts to Pressure China on Terror?
By Uday Khanapurkar
Ultimately, an Indian boycott of Chinese imports is neither feasible, nor effective, nor efficient.
How to Fix India-China Trade
By K.S. Venkatachalam
The de-escalation of Doklam standoff is an ideal opportunity for both India and China to correct the present trade imbalance.
Reviving the Comatose Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Corridor
By Roshan Iyer
India and China's tug of war over the corridor is preventing any progress.
How Can China and India Boost Economic Ties?
By Lianlei Bai
The bilateral business relationship has underperformed. Here’s what can be done.
Modi Remakes India-China Relations
By Shannon Tiezzi
Sadanand Dhume sits down with The Diplomat to discuss Modi's trip to China and India-China relations.
The Case for Stronger India-China Economic Relations
By Ram Kumar Jha and Saurabh Kumar
Can Modi’s recent visit help India and China fulfill the bilateral economic potential?