International Relations/Diplomacy
China’s Communist Party Revises its History yet again in time for use by Xi Jinping

History and the power of the narrative have always been important to authoritarian regimes. Communist regimes have elevated their importance by using them to indoctrinate entire generations with sanitised versions of events authorised by those in pow

Domestic and International Implications of China’s Digital Yuan

The concept of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) seems to have gained traction over the past few years and is well past the stage of conception. With around 86% of the world's central banks engaged in CBDC related wo

The Democracy Conundrum in Hong Kong

The National People’s Congress of China earlier this year, passed sweeping legislative measures which increases, among others, the composition of the Election Committee of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSR) to 1500 from existing 1200 an

Tibet is Headed for Major Changes

The People's Daily on March 25, 2021, published a lengthy 3975-character article authored by Che Dalha (in Chinese: Qi Zala), Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). Che Dalha’s important article, which included nine mentions of Xi Jinping,

China has just Raised the Level of Threat for India

Capitals around the world have undoubtedly carefully monitored the recently concluded plenary sessions (March 4 - 11, 2021) of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), popularl

सीपीईसी : पाकिस्तान के ‘टेंट’ में चीनी ‘ड्रैगन’

चीन-पाकिस्तान इकोनामिक कॉरिडोर पर पाकिस्तान की कैबिनेट कमेटी (सीसीओसीपीईसी) ने सोमवार, 22 फरवरी

जातीय भाषाओं को मदारिन से बदल रहा चीन

चीनी कम्युनिस्ट पार्टी (सीसीपी) को लगभग विघटित कर देने के अमेरिका और पश्चिमी देशों द्वारा किये

India’s Cyber Deterrence Against China

Cyber Threats from China: Chinese Offensive Capabilities and Modus Operandi
China raised cyber war units way back in 20031. Major objectives of these units has been cyber surveillance, manipulating network data, disseminating p

The Indo-Pacific: A Pause in the Game

The State of Play
As a Covid-wounded global community steps gingerly into 2021, a year ‘trumpeting’ a change of guard in the US, the centenary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and an ongoing military stand-off between India and Chi

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