How has the Chinese Communist Party survived so long in power? And where is it headed?
India’s poor response to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic will also have wider foreign policy ramifications for the country
India’s foreign policy under the BJP increasingly resembles Chinese foreign policy under the CPC in words and spirit.
Membership of the CPC is essential to success in any kind of activity in China. CPC members will, therefore, be found in every institution in China, and in every Chinese organisation abroad.
Asian perspectives on China’s domestic and foreign policies
Jabin T. Jacob, ‘“To Tell China’s Story Well”: China’s International Messaging during the COVID-19 Pandemic’, China Report, Vol. 56, No. 3 August 2020. 374-392. Abstract The Covid-19 pandemic has dented China’s image as an efficient Party-state given how an effort to cover up the outbreak and the resulting delays in reporting led to the virus spreadingContinue reading “Journal Article : China’s External Propaganda during the COVID-19 Pandemic”
Prime Minister Modi’s statement at the All Party Meeting on 19 June ended up casting doubt on India’s own behaviour and claims along the LAC and actually encourages further Chinese assertiveness all along disputed sectors on the LAC as well as the temptation to open up fresh disputes.
China’s influence in Nepal has grown in recent years but in many instances, the Chinese have merely stepped into breaches created either by India’s inability to keep its promises or by its insensitivity.
Freedom of speech and the diversity of opinion that it engenders are not a reflection of seditious tendencies endangering state security even if they might threaten the regime in power.