New Delhi continues to under-utilise the opportunity to revise and reset its China policy that the Chinese transgressions in eastern Ladakh provided nearly two years ago.
Tag Archives: Sino-Pak relations
India’s Mixed Signals to China on Terrorism
While there is a clear case of Chinese double standards on terrorism, India has not helped its cause by failing to take a consistent position on the issue with China.
China’s Reactions to India’s Attack on Balakot, Pakistan
China professions of neutrality in South Asia cannot be taken seriously and are, in fact, attempts to create a false sense of equivalence between India and Pakistan.
Counter-Terrorism in South Asia: China’s Win-Win Triangle
In the anti-terrorism struggle in South Asia involving China, Pakistan and India, Beijing scores off both its neighbours
Of Perceptions and Policies
Review of Shishir Gupta’s ‘The Himalayan Face-Off: Chinese Assertion and the Indian Riposte’
China’s Silk Roads in South Asia: Steel in a Silken Glove
It could well be the case that the majority of Chinese investments will materialize not in India, South Asia’s largest economy and market, but in other parts of South Asia.
China’s Relationships in South Asia: Increasing in Sophistication
China has begun to employ multifaceted approaches in South Asia and elsewhere, as evident in its new Silk Roads policy. New Delhi must craft its own creative responses.
China in South Asia: Influence and Feedback
Presentation made at the British High Commission, New Delhi, 22 August 2013
China and Pakistan: Towards Increasing Dissonance?
why the Sino-Pak relationship is not all that it is cut out to be