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India and China Face off Again, This Time at Tawang
December 13, 2022

India and China Face off Again, This Time at Tawang

By Sudha Ramachandran
The immediate trigger to the Chinese ingression at Tawang on December 9 could be the recent India-U.S. military exercises at Auli near the LAC.

Claude Arpi on China’s Interest in Arunachal Pradesh
November 15, 2022

Claude Arpi on China’s Interest in Arunachal Pradesh

By Sudha Ramachandran
“For Beijing, it is a bargaining chip for an eventual ‘swap’ and the recognition by India of the occupation by China of Aksai Chin.”
Manoj Joshi on Why China Wants Its Border With India to Remain Unsettled
October 25, 2022

Manoj Joshi on Why China Wants Its Border With India to Remain Unsettled

By Sudha Ramachandran
“The Chinese find the unsettled LAC a convenient means of keeping India off-balance and ensuring that this Asian country that has the potential of being an equal to China remains in check.”

Why Does China’s Foreign Minister Want India to Put the Border Dispute on the Back-Burner?
March 29, 2022

Why Does China’s Foreign Minister Want India to Put the Border Dispute on the Back-Burner?

By Sudha Ramachandran
Beijing is keen to swiftly normalize relations with India so that the Indian PM attends the upcoming BRICS summit in China.

China’s Bridge Over the Pangong Tso in Ladakh
January 16, 2022

China’s Bridge Over the Pangong Tso in Ladakh

By Tarushi Aswani
In general, bridges bring people together and facilitate trade. But for India’s Ladakhis, the bridge across the Pangong Tso brings uncertainty and apprehension.

India Slams China’s New Boundary Law Amid Border Tensions
October 28, 2021

India Slams China’s New Boundary Law Amid Border Tensions

By Ashok Sharma
The new law could unilaterally alter the situation in areas along their disputed border.

Is Another ‘Friction Point’ Emerging Along the India-China Border?
October 04, 2021

Is Another ‘Friction Point’ Emerging Along the India-China Border?

By Sudha Ramachandran
Indian troops did not confront or push back Chinese soldiers who entered the Indian side of the disputed border at Barahoti.
Indian and Chinese Troops Disengage from Gogra
August 08, 2021

Indian and Chinese Troops Disengage from Gogra

By Sudha Ramachandran
The establishment of buffer zones in areas of disengagement is eating into territory formerly under Indian control.

Is China Done With Salami Slicing?
May 01, 2021

Is China Done With Salami Slicing?

By Tobias Burgers and Scott Romaniuk
Beijing appears to have given up its incremental strategy in favor of more sizable power grabs.

The Galwan Valley India-China Skirmish Is a Gamechanger for New Delhi
June 18, 2020

The Galwan Valley India-China Skirmish Is a Gamechanger for New Delhi

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
This time around, it is probably fair to say that no “Wuhan spirit” can salvage bilateral relations.

Chinese Tanks Conduct High-Altitude Drills Amid Border Standoff With India
June 16, 2020

Chinese Tanks Conduct High-Altitude Drills Amid Border Standoff With India

By Ankit Panda
The exercises were announced by the PLA’s Tibet Military Region.
How India’s Kashmir Move May Complicate Its Border Dispute With China
August 12, 2019

How India’s Kashmir Move May Complicate Its Border Dispute With China

By Ankit Panda
The Indian government’s move will make border negotiations with China more difficult.

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