The new American president faces a China that believes increasingly in taking the fight to the opposition.
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Book : China’s Search for ‘National Rejuvenation’: Domestic and Foreign Policies under Xi Jinping
Asian perspectives on China’s domestic and foreign policies
Looking Beyond China: Strengthening Bilateral Relationships in the Quad
Quad 2.0 has proceeded more determinedly even if slowly but the Covid-19 pandemic now offers an opportunity to step up the pace. The issue now is of ensuring that Chinese pressure does not derail its development yet again.
Let the Quad Die: Towards Greater Indian Leadership in the Indo-Pacific
There is a case to be made for an India-led initiative in the Indo-Pacific that displays greater commitment to upholding international law than to ‘inclusivity’ as well as willingness to take on a wider ambit of regional responsibilities in the security and political domains
The Second BRI Forum: Signaling Change?
The political, social and security implications do not look pretty for countries participating in the BRI. New Delhi might, however, consider if absolute opposition to the BRI is ultimately doing either its relationship with China or its own global image any long-term good.
North Korea’s Nuclear Test: Regional Reactions and the Chinese Responsibility
Calling the North Korean regime a ‘rogue’ one only deflect attention from China’s responsibility and indirect support for nuclear proliferation
India-Japan Ties in the Sino-Japanese Mix
Even the common ‘threat’ of China has not really helped lay the foundation for a deeper and sustainable India-Japan partnership in the politico-strategic realm.
India and China’s Neighbours: Carefully Does It
The recent visits of Indian Vice-President Hamid Ansari and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Vietnam are signs of a growing convergence of concerns that these countries have about China. But no strategic grouping can be sustainable without also developing linkages at multiple levels.
A US-India-China Trilateral? Big Promise but Dim Prospects
A US-India-China trilateral dialogue based on traditional security considerations is not likely to get very far. Therefore, start with non-traditional security issues of common concern.