Bhutan-China Border Negotiations in Context
By Jianli Yang
What is behind the latest announcement about resumed border talks between Bhutan and China?
This Time the US Is Taking India’s Side Against China
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Unlike in 2017, U.S. support for India at a time of confrontation with China is much more pronounced this time around.
Can Bhutan’s New Government Avoid Doklam 2.0?
By Sudha Ramachandran
The balancing act between China, India, and Bhutan's own interests continues under a new PM.
Is a China-India ‘Reset’ in the Cards?
By Ivan Lidarev
The 2018 Wuhan meeting cannot reset China-India relations in the way the 1988 Gandhi-Deng summit did.
Tibet and India’s China Policy
By K.S. Venkatachalam
Is India sacrificing Tibet to improve a frosty relationship with China?
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
By Nihar R. Nayak
Northeast India could be Bhutan's new gateway to the world.
China-India Relations After Doklam
By Jeff M. Smith
After a bitter military standoff in the Himalayas, where are relations between Asia’s two rising giants headed?
Tensions Diffused: China Willing to Reopen Nathu La Pass to Indian Pilgrims
By Charlotte Gao
Chinese foreign ministry says China highly values bilateral people-to-people exchanges
China and India: The Roots of Hostility
By Mohan Malik
Beijing and New Delhi's rivalry has deep roots.
After the Doklam Standoff, China Strengthens Ties With Nepal
By Charlotte Gao
China’s foreign minister vows to elevate China-Nepal cooperative partnership to new highs
Diplomacy in Doklam: New Strategic Ground for India in South Asia
By Narayani Basu
There may be no clear winner, but Doklam stands as a fine example of how to balance decisiveness with diplomacy.
Can China Be Taken Seriously on its ‘Word’ to Negotiate Disputed Territory?
By Namrata Goswami and Namrata Goswami
Beijing has a habit of signing, and then ignoring, “guiding principles” on maintaining the status quo in disputed areas.