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 |  12-minute read
Imf bailout, OBOR, CPEC, China-Pakistan

Friend with no benefits: Why China is not Pakistan's pal at all

Under the guise of 'Long live Pak-China friendship', Beijing is simply looting Islamabad.


 |  Beijing Diary  |  3-minute read
Imran Khan, OBOR, China-Pakistan, Pakistan general elections

China's new best friend, Imran Khan of Pakistan

A senior official of the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan also praised how smoothly the country's general election was conducted.


 |  Musings from afar  |  4-minute read
KP Oli, Xi Jinping, Diplomacy, OBOR

Why India needs to keep an eye on China-Nepal ties

India should not prevent Nepal from developing closer links with China so long as Kathmandu remains cognisant of Indian interests.


 |  5-minute read
OBOR, Diplomacy, China, Abdulla yameen

Why Maldives crisis has landed India in a soup

President Abdulla Yameen’s actions disregard India’s interests and concerns, including security ones.


 |  5-minute read
CPEC, OBOR, South china sea, Diplomacy

Why Xi Jinping's China is so belligerent

Beijing's challenge is now being acknowledged by the US much more openly than ever.


 |  5-minute read
OBOR, CPEC, Balochistan, US-China Relations

US speaks out against Xi Jinping's OBOR, but is India ready to face China?

The Baloch people – the modern-day David – are fighting a lonely battle against two Goliaths.


 |  5-minute read
Narendra Modi, OBOR, Myanmar, Foreign policy

Why ignoring Myanmar could hurt India

It is vital for our Act East policy as we cannot connect with ASEAN by land except through it.


 |  The Bigger Picture  |  4-minute read
OBOR, Terrorism, BRICS, China-Pakistan

BRICS was no victory for India: Why China won't break ties with Pakistan

The challenge is to enable Islamabad to make a soft-landing rather than a crash that can have unpredictable consequences.


 |  5-minute read

Shutting down of old Silk Road exposes China's OBOR hypocrisy

When Beijing today speaks of One Belt One Road, it omits to say there was once a flourishing commerce which it closed.


 |  4-minute read
Doklam, Nationalism, Hindu right, Pakistan

Problem is not with Hindu nationalism, but with Chinese expansionism

The weeks-long confrontation on the shared border between China, India and Bhutan is orchestrated and executed by China.