The non-military uses of China’s civilian infrastructure build-up in TAR or Xinjiang must not be ignored
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.
How has the Chinese Communist Party survived so long in power? And where is it headed?
India’s foreign policy under the BJP increasingly resembles Chinese foreign policy under the CPC in words and spirit.
Beijing’s insistence on the world accepting China-made vaccines is a symptom of the insecurity and siege mentality of the Communist Party of China
When democracies fail at upholding their values that might be a more consequential image problem than anything the Chinese will have to worry about.
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
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