The Ladakh ‘Incursion’: Chinese Actions and Indian Lessons

The ‘incursion’ by Chinese soldiers in the Depsang Plains in Ladakh raises some fundamental questions about the Sino-Indian boundary dispute and about Indian and Chinese policies.

Sino-Indian Boundary Dispute: Provinces/States as Ice-Breakers

The solution to both the political and economic discontent of Chinese provinces and Indian states as well as the unresolved boundary dispute between the two countries could be to allow their provinces greater freedom to interact with each other in terms of people-to-people and economic contacts

The Future of Kashmir: China and Kashmir

While China has continued military support to Pakistan even during military conflicts and near-conflicts between India and Pakistan, its stance on Kashmir has shifted gradually in response to the prevailing domestic, regional, and international situations.