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Diplomacy

India and Chabahar: Navigating the Tides of US Sanctions

India and Chabahar: Navigating the Tides of US Sanctions

By Namita Barthwal
India will develop the Shahid-Behesti Terminal of Iran’s strategic Chabahar port. Can it so do without facing U.S. sanctions?

Putin’s China Visit: As Moscow Eyes Mars, Beijing Wants Beans 

Putin’s China Visit: As Moscow Eyes Mars, Beijing Wants Beans 

By Ladislav Charouz
Russia and China both see advantages in deepening their partnership but mismatches in their priorities persist. 
Putin Goes to Beijing: Where the Russia-China Relationship Stands in 2024

Putin Goes to Beijing: Where the Russia-China Relationship Stands in 2024

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Are Beijing and Moscow moving beyond their "no limits" partnership?

Jabin Jacob on China’s Growing Influence in South Asia

Jabin Jacob on China’s Growing Influence in South Asia

By Sudha Ramachandran
“Chinese influence has only encouraged instability in Nepalese politics.”

In China, Russia’s Putin Emphasizes Strategic and Personal Ties

In China, Russia’s Putin Emphasizes Strategic and Personal Ties

By Huizhong Wu and Emily Wang Fujiyama
Putin's visit underscored China and Russia's coordination to push forward an “emerging multipolar world.”

Why Nepal Escalated Its Map Dispute With India

Why Nepal Escalated Its Map Dispute With India

By Rishi Gupta
It’s no coincidence that the move came just as Nepal’s left-alliance government faces a crucial floor test.

ASEAN Envoy Travels to Myanmar, Meets Military Junta Chief

ASEAN Envoy Travels to Myanmar, Meets Military Junta Chief

By Sebastian Strangio
Alounkeo Kittikhoun and Min Aung Hlaing discussed Myanmar's representation within ASEAN and the bloc’s provision of humanitarian aid to the country.
China-Funded Canal Project Strains Cambodia-Vietnam Ties

China-Funded Canal Project Strains Cambodia-Vietnam Ties

By Huynh Tam Sang
Phnom Penh claims that the Funan Techo Canal will give it greater economic autonomy, but Hanoi is concerned about the project's environmental and security implications.

Why Xi’s Europe Tour Was Seen Positively in Moscow

Why Xi’s Europe Tour Was Seen Positively in Moscow

By Oleg Yanovsky
Russia benefited from China’s successful shuttle diplomacy both in practical ways and because it fit into Moscow’s grand vision for world affairs.

Xi Jinping’s Europe Diplomacy Stalemate

Xi Jinping’s Europe Diplomacy Stalemate

By Chauncey Jung
China has seen very few positive signs in its recent diplomatic engagements with the EU, and key EU members such as France and Germany.

Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim Meets Hamas Delegation in Qatar

Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim Meets Hamas Delegation in Qatar

By Sebastian Strangio
The meeting came just days after a U.S. Treasury delegation visited Malaysia to express its concerns that the Palestinian group was raising funds in the country.
While Xi and Putin Celebrate Cooperation, Problems Build in China-Russia Ties

While Xi and Putin Celebrate Cooperation, Problems Build in China-Russia Ties

By Björn Alexander Düben
For China, it is increasingly difficult to balance its support for Russia and its ties with Western trading partners.

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