It appears that the Indian government lacks the political will to deal with China firmly and unambiguously
Author Archives: Jabin T. Jacob
Politics in Command in the Chinese Economy￼
Why has the Communist Party of China actively targeted successful enterprises and sectors by imposing restrictions on their activity?
Signalling a Shift? Parsing the Indian Statement of the 13th India-China Corps Commander Level Meeting
If indeed, there is a rethink underway on the Indiangovernment’s approach to China on the LAC, it is about time.
To Be or Not to Be? BRICS and India’s Confused Signalling on China￼
China forces India to bend to the lowest standards possible in terms of democracy and accountability — which is to say to Chinese standards
China in Afghanistan: Not Ready for the Burden
Despite the US withdrawal, it is too early for anyone to declare victory for China in Afghanistan
Xi Jinping in Tibet: What India Needs to Look Out For
The non-military uses of China’s civilian infrastructure build-up in TAR or Xinjiang must not be ignored
Xi Jinping Visits the Tibet Autonomous Region
Constant references to the ‘new’ to describe the Party-State’s views of developments on the Tibetan plateau underline Xi’s attempts to leave his personal stamp on Tibet policy.
The Chinese Communist Party Turns 100
How has the Chinese Communist Party survived so long in power? And where is it headed?
From Akshayapatra to Begging Bowl
India’s poor response to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic will also have wider foreign policy ramifications for the country