Doklam

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POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Dalai Lama, BRICS, Tibet, PLA

Why the Doklam standoff is far from over

Delhi needs to remain fully alert and ready to tackle any situation, military or otherwise.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
China, Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping, Doklam

Post Doklam standoff: India needs to be wary of China

It will take more than mellow op-eds by the Chinese ambassador to India for Beijing to begin acting like a responsible global power.

POLITICS

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Communist Party, PLA, Xi Jinping, Doklam

Doklam may be over, but China isn't done with India just yet

For Beijing, attack remains the best form of defence, but vital changes have taken place within the People’s Liberation Army.

POLITICS

 |  Beijing Diary  |  3-minute read
Xi Jinping, Doklam, PLA, China

How Xi Jinping is tightening his grip over the Chinese Army

The upcoming 19th Party Congress presents the opportunity to cement his control over the military and government for the next five years.

VOICES

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POLITICS

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South china sea, Border, Tibet, China

Doklam standoff may not be over, China could come to attack India

There is a risk that the Chinese backing down could only be a temporary respite from border tensions.

POLITICS

 |  Beijing Diary  |  3-minute read
Xi Jinping, Doklam, Xiamen, BRICS

How China plans to use BRICS to become a global leader

China has always taken BRICS seriously and in some sense taken ownership of the Shanghai-based institution.

POLITICS

 |  Musings from afar  |  4-minute read
One Road, One Belt, Ties, India

Why China's growing ties with Nepal should concern India

More needs to be done to strengthen bilateral relations between New Delhi and Kathmandu.

POLITICS

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China, 1890 Convention, MEA, Doklam

Why MEA needs history lessons to find a solution to the Doklam standoff

Lack of a Historical Division is hurting the ministry of external affairs.

POLITICS

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Border dispute, Media, Indo-China, Doklam

Doklam standoff: If China wants to be a great power, it needs to behave like one

Like its substandard, counterfeit products, no one believes Chinese propaganda either.