The Huawei Factor in US-India Relations
By Arindrajit Basu and Justin Sherman
U.S. and Indian decisions about Huawei have implications not just for their separate relations with China, but the U.S.-India bilateral as well.
India Inches Forward to Block Chinese Telecom Equipment
By Abhijnan Rej
A new directive to issue “trust source” certification for telecom equipment paves the way for a ban on Chinese 5G solutions.
Don’t Underestimate India’s Sidelining of Huawei
By Justin Sherman
New Delhi didn’t “ban” Huawei at the behest of Washington. It sidelined the Chinese company for its own complex array of reasons.
Trump and Modi Embrace, But Remain Digitally Divided
By Justin Sherman and Arindrajit Basu
Continued contention over Huawei and 5G highlights structural gaps between India and the United States in the digital sphere.
Asia’s Great Huawei Debate
Experts on Singapore, South Korea, India, Japan, and Australia weigh in on the Chinese telecom firm’s reception.
Is Huawei’s Offer One India Cannot Refuse?
By Aayush Mohanty
The beleaguered Chinese tech giant has offered India a “no-backdoor” agreement, but can New Delhi take it at face value?