International Relations/Diplomacy
India-China Standoff along the LAC: Challenges and Opportunities

On 16 April 2013, ITBP discovered a new Chinese six tent position near Raki Nullah in the Sub Sector North of Eastern Ladakh. On 18 April, when the Indian Army asked PLA to withdraw to its original positions, the PLA produced a map which was part of

China: Daily Scan, June 8, 2020

Exports up 1.4% in May amid pressure: China Daily June 8, 2020
China's foreign trade volume totaled 11.54 trillion Yuan ($1.63 trillion) in the first five months of this year, down 4.9 percent year-on-year, according to data released by


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China: Daily Scan, June 5, 2020

Xi says China ready to work with Germany, EU to create more global certainty: Xinhuanet
June 5, 2020
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that China stands ready to work with Germany and the European Union (EU) to strengt

India-China Standoff : Contracting Options in Ladakh

The India-China border dispute spreads over more than 800 kms in the Western Sector, extending from a little West of Karakoram Pass till Gaya Peak on the Ladakh border with Himachal Pradesh, in the South. India claims 38000 Sq km of the territory pre

Coronavirus and the Delayed “Two Sessions” of China

Every year, the two biggest annual meetings of China takes place in March for two weeks, together they are called the “Two Sessions” or Lianghui. The two sessions include the plenary sessions of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chin

Truth vs. Reality: Unshackling the Burdens of Intrigue in Kashmir

Truthful journalism is the bulwark that makes democracies work by fulfilling the people’s right to information. This statement cannot be faulted, but there is a less comfortable truth that operates in tandem here, especially when it comes to media

China’s Incursions, Covid and Military Coercion

The Incursions
The Galwan valley intrusion by China since early May is indicative of China’s strategic signaling to India, and cannot be seen as just one of the near 350 transgressions that occur every year. Reportedly, the PLA has buil

Implications of the Ongoing Tension with China along the LAC

China has accused India of crossing and violating the LAC. On 5 May the Chinese media reports said: On the May 18th, a reporter from the Global Times (in Chinese) learned from sources that the Chinese border guards have strengthened control over t

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