A smart, forward-looking Indian leadership should not pass up the opportunity to increase economic linkages with Pakistan, and provide the latter an alternative to China.
By refusing to engage with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, India’s policymakers are letting go of opportunities to shape and influence events in its two largest neighbours
India-Taiwan relations lack both ambition and creativity and suffer from not a little pusillanimity.
India has ignored the possibilities that China offers as a pressure point on Pakistan
It makes sense for two countries the size and complexity of India and China for their cities and provinces to develop their own independent economic linkages with each other.
New Delhi’s China policy, and indeed its foreign policy, should be based on interactions with and support from a citizenry well-informed and knowledgeable about China.
Can the BRICS really be an effective, united and leading voice in the global economy? Is the BRICS grouping a challenge to the existing Western-dominated global order? The Fourth BRICS Summit that concluded in Delhi in late February has not quite answered these larger questions.
Il n’y aura jamais de ‹‹ siècle asiatique ›› si deux de plus grandes nations du continent restent mé fiantes et incapables de travailler ensemble pour le plus grand bien collectif du monde