Listing Masood Azhar as Global Terrorist: China Helps India to a Pyrrhic Victory

The eventual listing of Masood Azhar as an international terrorist at the UN is as much a ‘big diplomatic win’ for China as for India – after all, Beijing prevented New Delhi from achieving the objective for ten years.

India’s Mixed Signals to China on Terrorism

While there is a clear case of Chinese double standards on terrorism, India has not helped its cause by failing to take a consistent position on the issue with China.

China’s Reactions to India’s Attack on Balakot, Pakistan

China professions of neutrality in South Asia cannot be taken seriously and are, in fact, attempts to create a false sense of equivalence between India and Pakistan.

India’s Withdrawal of MFN Status to Pakistan: Ceding More Space to China

India’s attenuation of economic links with Pakistan risk reducing its options in that country and making it even more dependant on China. New Delhi’s action shrinks its own leverage in South Asia while increasing China’s role.

Sino-Indian Military CBMs: Efficacy and Influences

What is the state of current military CBMs between India and China?How have these held up to the pressures of recent years?

Chinese Defence Minister’s Visit to India: Seeking opportunity amid crises

Chinese Defence Minister Gen. Liang Guanglie’s visit to India highlighted four important issues in the Sino-Indian bilateral relationship – the AfPak situation, the boundary dispute, bilateral military cooperation, and Chinese views about the Indian media.