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Korean Peninsula A Pawn On The Geopolitical Chessboard Book

Washington Consensus v/s Beijing Consensus

We have already elucidated that the New World Order would be built around the Sphere Of Influence by major global powers by projecting their...

The Great Game in Central Asia

Image Source: Google  Central Asia is the Jewel in the Crown that is now up for Grabs. Once part of Soviet Union the CIS States...

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...

Why Pakistan is so important to China?

Within months of the Dalai Lama’s fight to India following a failed uprising in Tibet, Chinese ambassador Pan Tzu-li wrote to Prime Minister Nehru...

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...

Is China-Pakistan friendship a threat to India?

Today, China’s primary interest in its relationship with Pakistan is, as Stephen Cohen puts it, to pursue a “classic balance of power strategy,” using...

Tibet – Self-Immolations and Aftermath

With the most recent self-immolation on March 24, 2013, there have been 111 Tibetans confirmed to have self-immolated in different Tibetan areas since February...

China’s interference in Nepal and Outcome on Tibetans

Tibetan refugees transit through Nepal as they flee persecution at home and toward freedom in India or beyond. They leave because of China’s increased...

“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...