Jayadeva Ranade
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The writer is a former Additional Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India and is presently President of the Centre for China Analysis and Strategy.

POLITICS

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Why pressure is building on Xi Jinping to disclose Chinese military casualties

China's failure to disclose the number of dead soldiers and honour them will not go down well with either the relatives of the soldiers or with the PLA veterans.

POLITICS

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What new official appointments in China mean for India

They reflect Chinese president Xi Jinping's preference for cadres who have either worked with him or have a 'Red' lineage.

POLITICS

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By talking about Balochistan, Modi has put both Pakistan and China on notice

The PM's remarks suggest India will adopt a muscular policy when its sovereignty and territorial integrity are at stake.

POLITICS

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China's military parade was more than just a show of power

There was a definite attempt to boost Xi Jinping's image as representing traditional Maoist values.