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Korean Peninsula A Pawn On The Geopolitical Chessboard Book

India-China Reset: Is This The Right Time?

Once again we are witnessing high level engagement between India and China. This is an important development after repeated Line of Actual Control (LAC)...

The Narendra Modi Doctrine

India’s Foreign Policy has been a constant matter of intrigue and debate as to what approach New Delhi should take in the emerging Global...

The Global Armed Conflicts

The World has been constantly at war for centuries now - from the Crusades to Islamic Invasions in India to the American Civil War...

The Asian Century

The World Order has been constantly changing. Before 1 Century AD up until the 17th Century, India and China dominated the world economy and...

Uighur separatism is just as likely to drive China and Pakistan apart as to...

China’s western Xinjiang region borders northwest Pakistan and is home to nearly nine million Uighurs, a Muslim people of Turkic origin, among whom separatist...

Hong Kong: China’s Identity Question

The rise of the People’s Republic of China in the last two decades has enabled a massive economic and social churn with new megapolises,...

Why The Chinese People Deserve Democracy

Two significant events took place in the last 30 days electorally. India, the world’s largest democracy...

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...

China’s Red October

Image Credit: Dave Simonds “October turned my maple's leaves to gold; The most are gone now; here and...

Weaponising Water: China’s Thirst Is Igniting Conflicts

When Mao Zedong concluded, “The south has plenty of water, the north much less. If possible,...