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Korean Peninsula A Pawn On The Geopolitical Chessboard Book

“India & China” – So Similar yet so different

India and China are two vast economic systems, both containing a number of distinct economic sub-systems and disparate regions, as a result of the...

India’s Pivot to America – The Way Ahead

Image Credit: telegraph.co.uk India’s strategic partnership with the US in the Asia-Pacific will be a defining one in the 21st century. This pivot has all...

India’s Civilizational Ties: The Key to a Strong Asia-Pacific

Demography has always played a critical role in shaping the destiny of countries across regions. We have detailed in Demographic Warfare how the population...

How China is killing India’s dream of leading Asia?

In India, there is a robust debate among academics, politicians and journalists that China, conscious of its centrality as the Middle Kingdom and the...

Beijing’s Proclamations on Regional Security

Beijing’s stated overall approach to regional security relations might be summarized as follows:  Increased attention to its peripheral environment, primarily because China needs regional...

Pre-eminence of Chinese Economic Concerns

Economic considerations with respect to regional security might be conveniently divided into two categories: The relative national priorities assigned to the development of...

The Alliance of Democracies: India and Australia

The rise of China as the opposite pole from the east in Asia-Pacific will have long standing ramifications on the Global Order. The Chinese...

How important is Gwadar port for China?

China’s hydrocarbon use has more than doubled in the past two decades and will double again in the next decade.   In 2000, China’s total energy...

China’s domestic politics and regional policy

Driven mainly by domestic imperatives, China has emerged as a new economic and political player in its region. This rise coincides with a tendency...