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A Firsthand Account of the China-India Journalist Visa Spat

A Firsthand Account of the China-India Journalist Visa Spat

By Zhao Wencai
A journalist with Xinhua details the frustration of living in limbo amid bilateral tensions.
Why Was India’s SCO Summit Virtual?

Why Was India’s SCO Summit Virtual?

By Catherine Putz
India’s quiet SCO summit speaks loudly enough as to the group's potential, or lack thereof.

China-India Border Escalations: A Triangular Explanation

China-India Border Escalations: A Triangular Explanation

By Ghulam Ali
Why have Sino-Indian border tensions exploded? Three factors are at work: the border disputes, the rise of nationalist leaders in both countries, and the impact of geopolitics.

India’s Foreign Minister Meets With Counterparts From China, Russia

India’s Foreign Minister Meets With Counterparts From China, Russia

By Krutika Pathi
New Delhi's relationship with Moscow, its Cold War ally, has remained strong. But Beijing gaining more sway over Moscow could prove frustrating for India.

Indian Defense Minister Visits Maldives

Indian Defense Minister Visits Maldives

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The Maldives has remained one of India’s key maritime partners in the Indian Ocean neighborhood.
Chinese Defense Minister Li Shangfu’s Visit to India: Impact on China-India Relations

Chinese Defense Minister Li Shangfu’s Visit to India: Impact on China-India Relations

By Tien-sze Fang
The divergence between China and India on border issues was on full display. Nevertheless, Li's visit to New Delhi still holds some positive significance.

Medha Bisht on Understanding the China-Bhutan Boundary Dispute

Medha Bisht on Understanding the China-Bhutan Boundary Dispute

By Sudha Ramachandran
“Territory is not being ceded by Bhutan. Rather, China has built a strong shi (strategic advantage) for itself by creating border infrastructure.”
China Says India Border Stable, Contrasting With Indian View

China Says India Border Stable, Contrasting With Indian View

By Associated Press
Beijing would like India to put aside the border dispute and normalize relations.

Does China-Russia Cooperation Hurt India’s National Interests?

Does China-Russia Cooperation Hurt India’s National Interests?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
India may have its own relations with Russia, but Moscow and Beijing’s closeness is a growing problem for New Delhi.

Why India Can’t Stop Russia’s Growing Cooperation with China

Why India Can’t Stop Russia’s Growing Cooperation with China

By Krzysztof Iwanek
New Delhi will retain its partnership with Moscow, not to keep Russia away from China but despite Russia’s growing proximity to Beijing.

Why China Wants to Knock India off Its Russia-US High-Wire Act

Why China Wants to Knock India off Its Russia-US High-Wire Act

By Neena Gopal
Russia and China are moving toward an alliance. Does India have the means to beat China at its own game with a counter-encirclement?
How Is India Viewed in China?

How Is India Viewed in China?

By Mu Chunshan
Chinese views of India are very complicated – but generally based on a sense of superiority and self-confidence.

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