Review of Shishir Gupta’s ‘The Himalayan Face-Off: Chinese Assertion and the Indian Riposte’
Monthly Archives: December 2014
Taiwan’s 9-in-1 Election Results: Warning for the KMT-CPC Relationship
The end-November local election results on Taiwan suggest that China will have to both rethink the scope and recalibrate the pace of its embrace of the island
Divide and Rule: China Woos Southeast Asia
Beijing is trying to keep ASEAN a divided house over the South China Sea issue by employing a mix of diplomacy and economic engagement.
Reclaiming India’s Foreign Policy for its Citizens
In a country where it is a struggle to even exercise one’s rights, how much attention can ordinary citizens devote to foreign policy?
China’s Silk Roads in South Asia: Steel in a Silken Glove
It could well be the case that the majority of Chinese investments will materialize not in India, South Asia’s largest economy and market, but in other parts of South Asia.
4th Plenum: Towards Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics
The Decision of the 4th Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the CPC is arguing that there is no one-size fits-all approach to democracy or governance