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.

Chinese Transgressions on the LAC Deserve a Punitive Response

Reports have emerged that China has increased its troop strength along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh breaking its agreement made at the sixth round of talks on 21 September 2020.[1] Earlier in December, videos emerged of Chinese civilian vehicles transgressing into the Demchok area also in Ladakh.[2] Meanwhile, the Indian Army referred toContinue reading “Chinese Transgressions on the LAC Deserve a Punitive Response”

A ‘New Normal’ Emerges in India-China Relations

While a full-fledged India-China conflict is unlikely, peace and tranquillity along the LAC are well and truly things of the past.

Book : China’s Search for ‘National Rejuvenation’: Domestic and Foreign Policies under Xi Jinping

Asian perspectives on China’s domestic and foreign policies

LAC Standoff: Do Not Expand Ambit of Talks

Talks with China should be limited to and led by military commanders under political supervision with staff support from Indian foreign ministry officials if necessary

एक ‘न्यू नॉर्मल’

अभी आर-पार का संघर्ष शायद ही हो, लेकिन अब यह नई सामान्य बात है कि दुरूह चोटियों पर पूरे साल सैनिक रहेंगे, मौसम-दुश्मन दोनों से जनहानि होती रहेगी