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

Recalibrating India’s Foreign Policy in South Asia: The China Factor

New Delhi has tried to work around its internal contradictions and a weak economy with the help of rhetoric and high profile diplomacy but it is increasingly difficult to keep up the act.

India, China and their Accelerating Cold Wars

Chinese transgressions along the LAC indicate a significant breakdown of long-standing bilateral agreements and can be considered a tipping point. The situation will likely result in a variegated set of cold wars between India and China.

Reorienting India’s China Policy Towards Greater Transparency

The deaths of Indian soldiers along the LAC at Galwan is a watershed moment in India-China ties. If the relationship is not to spin out of control, India needs to develop military, economic and intellectual muscle certainly but also adopt transparency and openness to questions as a central plank of the reworking of its China policy.

Why a post-COVID-19 global order led by China is only a distant threat

The world order might require changing but China is not going to be able to take leadership for political and economic reasons

Chinese Views of India’s Elections: Watch and Disparage

India’s democracy and its largely free and fair elections and the uncertainties they throw up, strongly challenge the ideas China’s communists have about order and stability, of ‘harmony’ in society and politics as represented by one-party rule.