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Beijing and the Dalai Lama: Ice Melting?
Feb 28, 2005

Beijing and the Dalai Lama: Ice Melting?

The 46th Anniversary of Tibetan Uprising of the Year 1959 is round the corner. On March 10, the Dalai Lama will issue yet another Policy Statement to commemorate the occasion.

Beijing at sea
Apr 24, 2013

Beijing at sea

The Chinese navy is leading the dramatic shift in the political goals of China's armed forces. Besides territorial defence, the Chinese armed forces now also aim to protect Beijing's expanding interests beyond borders, influence regional security politics and contribute to international peace.

Beijing outpaces New Delhi
Oct 30, 2013

Beijing outpaces New Delhi

In Beijing, Mr Manmohan Singh repeated what he has long believed -- that India and China were not destined to clash and that they had enough room to grow together. This was an oblique comment on fears in China that India could join a US-led containment of China, and similar fears in India that China was creating a "string of pearls".

Beijing vs. Washington: Fundamental departures vis-à-vis a “Rules-based Order”
Sep 01, 2021

Beijing vs. Washington: Fundamental departures vis-à-vis a “Rules-based Order”

What is at stake is whose interpretation of a rules-based system will assume primacy.

Beijing's Afghan role
Dec 17, 2014

Beijing's Afghan role

China has good relations with most of Afghanistan's neighbours, including Iran, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. But it is Beijing's emerging partnership with the Pakistan army in Afghanistan that is the most interesting new element in the region.

Beijing's South Asia
Jan 03, 2015

Beijing's South Asia

Delhi's economic decision-makers, with their inward orientation, appear to have no capacity to think of a strategy for regional integration in partnership with China, or any other great power. The best it can come up with is to establish an official study group that can spin out the Chinese proposals for a few more years.

Beijing's trajectory in science and technology shows India is far behind in the game
Jan 24, 2018

Beijing's trajectory in science and technology shows India is far behind in the game

The Chinese have been putting serious money into key areas which they aim to become world leaders in the next decade or so. One of these is AI where the government and Chinese corporates are moving in a big way.

Beijing's Ukraine
Mar 13, 2014

Beijing's Ukraine

China may have reasons to be relieved if a Cold War-like situation re-emerges in Europe and American attention is drawn away from Asia. As America plunged into two prolonged wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, China had the time and Space to build its comprehensive national power.

Beijing-Pyongyang nexus is realigning Tokyo and Seoul
Jun 10, 2023

Beijing-Pyongyang nexus is realigning Tokyo and Seoul

Amidst Pyongyang’s spy satellite and Beijing’s hegemonic aspirations, the convergence of Seoul and Tokyo’s perspectives is changing the dynamics

Beijing’s belligerence and Dhaka’s pushback
Jun 08, 2021

Beijing’s belligerence and Dhaka’s pushback

As the Quad gains momentum, states in the Indo-Pacific and South Asia are more likely to resist Chinese largesse

Beijing’s diplomatic crumbs shouldn’t con Delhi
Jan 02, 2018

Beijing’s diplomatic crumbs shouldn’t con Delhi

India must recognize that even as there may be areas that India and China cooperate occasionally, Beijing will take every opportunity to deny India any strategic advancement.

Beijing’s growing forays: The first China-Indian Ocean Region Forum
Dec 03, 2022

Beijing’s growing forays: The first China-Indian Ocean Region Forum

Is the newly instated China’s Indian Ocean Region Forum a sign of China’s growing desire for a larger presence in the region?

Beijing’s imperialism casts a shadow from South China Sea to the Pamirs
Aug 12, 2020

Beijing’s imperialism casts a shadow from South China Sea to the Pamirs

While the undercurrents of China’s aggression in the South China Sea are still gathering storm, Beijing has made a similar “historical” claim on

Beijing’s Kyiv outreach is about acquiring a global role for itself
May 04, 2023

Beijing’s Kyiv outreach is about acquiring a global role for itself

It aims to signal its diplomatic ascendance and challenge Washington as the big shaper of outcomes

1960 claim line contradicts Beijing's assertion that 'Galwan is Chinese'
Jun 30, 2020

1960 claim line contradicts Beijing's assertion that 'Galwan is Chinese'

Sixty years ago, China provided India with actual map coordinates which delimited its claim line in eastern Ladakh. And the claim line shows the Chinese side is today trying to encroach westward, further into India.

A belligerence towards Beijing that is unsettling
May 29, 2023

A belligerence towards Beijing that is unsettling

Washington’s hostility towards Beijing may bring benefits to India, but a breakdown in China-U.S. ties would be catastrophic for the world

A Quad’s rise in the Indo-Pacific that’s rich with irony for Beijing
Mar 15, 2021

A Quad’s rise in the Indo-Pacific that’s rich with irony for Beijing

It was China’s disruptive aggression that made its four members issue such a direct joint statement.

After taking up 'Pak terror' with China, can India keep Beijing out of 'Kashmir' talks?
Jun 18, 2019

After taking up 'Pak terror' with China, can India keep Beijing out of 'Kashmir' talks?

China would have a seat in the high table when the South Asian neighbours discuss and decide upon the ‘K-issue’.

Begging will not de-risk Brussels from Beijing
Mar 30, 2024

Begging will not de-risk Brussels from Beijing

Not narratives, not rhetoric: what the EU needs is to wake up from its strategic slumber and act on its China addiction

Biden, Beijing Olympics, and Uyghur oppression
Dec 21, 2021

Biden, Beijing Olympics, and Uyghur oppression

Many western countries have decided to boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics on grounds of human rights violations. Can such diplomatic boycott bring an

BJP's Beijing
Sep 10, 2014

BJP's Beijing

If Modi is a strong leader who is bringing greater purposefulness to India's China policy, Xi is even more powerful at home. He has conveyed a strong interest in transforming relations with New Delhi and is willing to explore opportunities with Modi.

C+C5 Summit: Beijing’s increasing shadow over Central Asia
May 29, 2023

C+C5 Summit: Beijing’s increasing shadow over Central Asia

Amidst rising anti-China protests in Central Asian countries, Xi attempts to project Beijing as a partner and not a hegemon during the recent China-Ce

Central Asia: A region gaining more from Beijing than Washington D.C.
Nov 02, 2020

Central Asia: A region gaining more from Beijing than Washington D.C.

The absence of a comprehensive Central Asian policy under Trump has paved the way for China and Russia to more clearly project their interests in the

China has no reason to be angry about India’s naval exercise MILAN, Beijing still controls the region
Mar 12, 2018

China has no reason to be angry about India’s naval exercise MILAN, Beijing still controls the region

Chinese reports in the ‘Global Times’ have portrayed MILAN as an inflammatory tactic, aimed at ‘spreading tensions from the land to the sea’, a blatant Indian attempt to undermine Chinese influence in South Asia.

China in South Asia: New Delhi countering Beijing in unipolar Asia
Oct 13, 2017

China in South Asia: New Delhi countering Beijing in unipolar Asia

India needs to cement its position as a geopolitical actor of consequence versus China.

Chinese Sharp Power: Is Beijing influencing public opinion in India?
Nov 13, 2019

Chinese Sharp Power: Is Beijing influencing public opinion in India?

Beijing’s attempts to build lucrative relationships with a diverse array of Indian political leaders require serious attention, considering how seve

Chinese Spy Ship and Lanka’s tilt towards Beijing
Aug 17, 2022

Chinese Spy Ship and Lanka’s tilt towards Beijing

The enthusiastic welcome to Yang Wang 5 depicts the Chinese agency in Sri Lanka ignoring the security concerns of India.

Cyber Space governance: Moscow and Beijing's efforts at the UN
Sep 05, 2013

Cyber Space governance: Moscow and Beijing's efforts at the UN

While the initiatives taken at the UN, including the draft code, could be viewed as a step forward, the clear differences in what the American and Russian sides seek to address through such a mechanism will remain a stumbling block.

Dangerous Straits: What’s driving tensions between Beijing and Taipei
Oct 25, 2021

Dangerous Straits: What’s driving tensions between Beijing and Taipei

A growing concern has been expressed at the heightened bellicosity projected by China towards Taiwan. Will China resort to a military takeover after a

Delhi⎯Beijing aligning can work to Kabul's advantage
May 07, 2018

Delhi⎯Beijing aligning can work to Kabul's advantage

The idea of partnering with China, which would like to see a stable and economically⎯viable Afghanistan, is attractive for India.

For Beijing and New Delhi, 2020 was the point of no return
Dec 29, 2020

For Beijing and New Delhi, 2020 was the point of no return

Indian foreign policy has been at the front and centre of challenging China’s global designs. New Delhi was the first country to warn the world of the dangers of China’s BRI at a time when almost every other country was willing to buy into Beijing’s narrative.

Future prospects of Beijing-Pyongyang relations
Jul 03, 2019

Future prospects of Beijing-Pyongyang relations

By improving relations with North Korea, Xi Jinping can project China’s regional hegemony, continue North Korea’s dependence on China and sway Kim

How Beijing is thinking about regional and global security
Aug 23, 2019

How Beijing is thinking about regional and global security

For India, there is much to be worried about, but there is also much to learn

How Beijing’s New Maritime Rules in the South China Sea Will Affect India and Others
Sep 06, 2021

How Beijing’s New Maritime Rules in the South China Sea Will Affect India and Others

China's new maritime law – in which foreign vessels will have to submit details to Chinese authorities when transiting through its 'territorial waters' – has now come into force.

India cracks down on Chinese investment as mood turns against Beijing
Apr 29, 2020

India cracks down on Chinese investment as mood turns against Beijing

Like many countries angered by Beijing’s mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak, India has turned skeptical of economic dependence on China.