The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
By Kerry Brown
India, China to Hold Borders Talks Amid Passport Row
New Delhi and Beijing will hold the 16th round of talks on their boundary dispute next week.
A Delicate Dance: China and India's Border Issue
At what was likely their last meeting, PM Singh and China’s Wen Jiabao met on the sidelines of the EAS.
India, China Eye Border Plan
As tensions between India and China grow, a new border management plan may take the sting out of disagreements.
India’s Truck, China’s Ferrari
India’s media needs to stop focusing on economic and military rivalry with China. It’s distracting and misleading.
Why BRICS 2011 is Important
South Africa’s participation and a UN Security Council ‘connection’ underscore the significance of this year’s summit.
China Provokes Over Kashmir
Comments by the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan over stapled visas are a provocative move toward India.
BRIC vs IBSA = China vs India?
The disagreement between China and India over the BRIC and IBSA groupings reflects ongoing tensions.
India, Indonesia Get Closer
The recent India visit by Indonesia’s president is a sign of warming ties—and concerns over a rising China.
What's Big for India
Gareth Price talks China, the US and Rahul Gandhi in a snapshot of the issues facing India this year.
What Happened to Bhai-Bhai?
Indian officials have been reluctant to answer some of the hard questions over tense relations with China.
Medvedev Calls on India
Does Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to India and the signing of a raft of business and defence deals indicate warmer ties?