Review of Shiv Kunal Verma’s ‘1962: The War That Wasn’t’
What are the implications of the Taiwanese president’s visit to the Spratlys for his country’s international space? What possibilities lie ahead for the incoming DPP administration?
The persistent Sino-Indian boundary dispute needs to be seen within the framework of centre-periphery relations in China and India and well as of their different political systems.
The Indian Prime Minister’s visit to Bangladesh in June 2015 did not go unnoticed in China and Beijing is working on countering its effects.
China is not going to make big investments in Indian infrastructure development without adequate policy support from New Delhi and state governments.
Modi and Xi must have the ability to overcome the hierarchy-bound nature of their official establishments to institutionalize greater and more frequent bilateral contacts
Does Narendra Modi’s decisive electoral victory hold significance for Chinese domestic politics? And what is China’s approach going to be to Prime Minister Modi?
What is the content of Indian thinking on China? Who is it in India that thinks about China or is affected by China? And finally, how does thinking on China manifest itself in a strategic policy framework?
In India, it is easier to blame individuals for mistakes made than to identify and correct failings and shortcomings in the institutions and processes that individuals are only a part of.