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Are India-China relations really improving?
Mar 01, 2018

Are India-China relations really improving?

It seems unlikely that the bilateral relations will improve significantly — there are a couple of indicators of the slight improvement in the relations.

Australia-China relations: The great unravelling
May 24, 2023

Australia-China relations: The great unravelling

Over the last three decades, Australia and China have established mutually beneficial economic ties. However, Australia’s decision to ask for an independent enquiry into the origins of SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, has led to a backlash from China. This brief examines the more important developments since 2015 that persuaded Australia to take measures aimed at protecting both its open economy and its democratic polity against China’s sys

Breakdown of US-China relations will leave the world scrambling to cope
May 20, 2019

Breakdown of US-China relations will leave the world scrambling to cope

After trade talks broke down, there seems to be no meeting ground, signaling a prelude to a wider fracture between the two countries.

Can India-China Relationship Indeed Return to Pre-Galwan Days?
Mar 10, 2021

Can India-China Relationship Indeed Return to Pre-Galwan Days?

Recent Chinese commentary suggests that India must detach the border dispute from other aspects of Sino-Indian ties.

Fresh overtures hint at a thaw in India-China relations
Mar 12, 2018

Fresh overtures hint at a thaw in India-China relations

India’s relations with China involve the four C’s — conflict, competition, cooperation and containment. The areas of conflict are well known — the border, and China’s relationship with Pakistan.

From pragmatism to failed influence—Shifting Eastern Europe-China relations
Mar 27, 2023

From pragmatism to failed influence—Shifting Eastern Europe-China relations

Questions on values, interests, and security have started a rethink in their approach towards China

India-China relations and the importance of diplomatic signaling
Jul 11, 2013

India-China relations and the importance of diplomatic signaling

China and India need to do more than repeatedly declaring outcomes of meetings as 'successful' and 'positive'. Talking things out straight will no doubt lead to friction and diplomatic parleys but at least it will be an enterprise in reality.

India-China relations and Trump
Feb 02, 2017

India-China relations and Trump

Both the US and India are on the same side of the fence when dealing with China.

India-China Relations in the New Era
Dec 15, 2006

India-China Relations in the New Era

India and China have recognised their comparative and cooperative strengths - even while acknowledging their shared concerns and competitive edge, vis-a-vis each other, and when pitted against the rest of the world. Not surprisingly, the strategic community, in general, and policy makers, in particular, have been keenly engaged in following the developments related to the countries over the part four decades.

India-China Relations: Economics Is Not All
Sep 03, 2010

India-China Relations: Economics Is Not All

India and China do differ radically on the kind of Asian layout for the future. India work at an inclusive approach as opposed to China's exclusivist approach which appears directed against India, US and Japan.

India-China relations: Old ties, new model?
Aug 21, 2013

India-China relations: Old ties, new model?

It is fashionable in China today to speak of a 'new model' of great power relations, indeed of international relations as a whole. Applying this approach to India-China relations offers some interesting insights. Both at an abstract and practical level, the three propositions that constitute this 'new model' appear unexceptionable.

India-China Relations: Still Bogged Down
May 03, 2023

India-China Relations: Still Bogged Down

After the April 27 meeting between the Indian and Chinese defense ministers, the two sides failed to issue a joint statement — a telling clue as to how the meeting went.

India-China Relationship: Assessment of President Hu's Visit
Dec 01, 2006

India-China Relationship: Assessment of President Hu's Visit

In the backdrop of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to India, a roundtable discussion was organized by ORF on 1 December 2006 to assess the outcome of the visit and its impact on the relations between the two countries. The discussion focused on how India-China relationship will evolve in the wake of the visit.

Iran-China relations: Expectations from Raisi’s high-profile tour to China
Feb 17, 2023

Iran-China relations: Expectations from Raisi’s high-profile tour to China

Despite enjoying a close partnership, there are several hurdles that still bedevil the China-Iran relations

Modi and Xi in Wuhan: Bringing normalcy back to the India-China relationship
May 01, 2018

Modi and Xi in Wuhan: Bringing normalcy back to the India-China relationship

Top leaderships in both countries are cognizant of the challenges that bedevil their relationship.

Nepal-China relations in context to Doklam crisis
Sep 19, 2017

Nepal-China relations in context to Doklam crisis

Until 2008 when the 239 year old monarchical institution was abolished in Nepal, China was not much interested in Nepal affairs except in the Tibetan

Nepal-China relations under the shadow of geopolitics
Apr 05, 2022

Nepal-China relations under the shadow of geopolitics

Nepal's balancing act between the two development and infrastructural projects—the MCC aided by the USA and the BRI promoted by China—can hinder i

Prince Salman tour spotlights Saudi Arabia variable in India-Pakistan-China relations
Feb 28, 2019

Prince Salman tour spotlights Saudi Arabia variable in India-Pakistan-China relations

The voyage highlighted Riyadh’s role in the balance of ties between the three states and India’s continued concerns on that front.

Recent Trends in India-China Relations
Jul 14, 2003

Recent Trends in India-China Relations

It has been said that any foreign observer who spends a month in China is apt to write a book on the country; if he spends a year in China, he is content to write an article; and if he lives in China for five years, he deems it wise to refrain from making any prediction! I spent three and a half years in China ¿ too long a period for a book but perhaps but perhaps not for a short talk on India-China relations.

Russia-China relations in the Russian Far East
Jul 16, 2020

Russia-China relations in the Russian Far East

The Russian Far East has had to deal with the impact of a stagnating Russian economy in aiding regional growth and has itself witnessed a decline in b

The Dragon and the Elephant: The India-China relationship displays bipolar traits
Nov 01, 2017

The Dragon and the Elephant: The India-China relationship displays bipolar traits

The dichotomy in India-China relations — on the one hand troops engaged in a two-month long stare-down, and on the other agreeing to change various

US-China relations: Hot ’n’ sour to sweet ’n’ sour
Jul 10, 2023

US-China relations: Hot ’n’ sour to sweet ’n’ sour

China may soon find it difficult to source semiconductors specific to the development of artificial intelligence, expanding on US export control measures announced in October 2022. The US is preparing to constrain access of Chinese companies to US cloud-computing services.

Where does the US-China relationship stand?
Jul 22, 2014

Where does the US-China relationship stand?

Will the globalization of the economic relationship trump the geo-politics that is being played out in East and South East Asia? For the US, the dilemma is acute, for it cannot ignore the pleas of its allies in the region nor allow an incremental drift to take place in the relationship.

Will Panchsheel be key to India-China relations?
Jan 28, 2015

Will Panchsheel be key to India-China relations?

In a first of the kind, Observer Research Foundation, Kolkata organised an inter-university debate competition on 'Panchsheel and its Relevance' on January 17 to commemorate completion of 60 years of signing the agreement.

#Democracy Summit के बाद – चीन में ‘लोकतंत्र’ को लेकर बहस…!
Jul 29, 2023

#Democracy Summit के बाद – चीन में ‘लोकतंत्र’ को लेकर बहस…!

लोकतंत्र के एक मॉडल के रूप में "चीनी लोकतंत्र" को हाल ही मे�

An Assessment of President Hu’s visit to India
Jul 24, 2023

An Assessment of President Hu’s visit to India

In the backdrop of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to India, a roundtable discussion was organized by Observer Research Foundation on December 1, 2006 to assess the outcome of the visit and its impact on relations between the two countries. The discussion focused on how the India-China relationship would evolve in the wake of the visit.

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

Between Rhetoric and Strategy: Analysing Evolving European Approaches Towards China
Feb 29, 2024

Between Rhetoric and Strategy: Analysing Evolving European Approaches Towards China

Europe’s relationship with China has transformed in recent years, with Chinese behaviour and actions now increasingly at odds with European values and interests. As Europe adjusts to new global realities amid a full-fledged war, the European Union (EU) and its member states are recalibrating their strategies and relationships with China. This paper aims to decipher these evolutions by assessing the EU approach and those of certain key European

China under Xi is an ‘abnormal’ state
Aug 10, 2023

China under Xi is an ‘abnormal’ state

Incidents of sudden disappearance of celebrities have been common in China. But Qin Gang’s case is special. Not only has he disappeared but his public records are also being erased.

China’s attempt to redefine democracy
Dec 27, 2021

China’s attempt to redefine democracy

Both internal and external challenges have propelled China to adopt measures to ensure the economic and social growth of the Chinese society, and in t

Chinese FM's talks with new Govt: A close look
Jun 11, 2014

Chinese FM's talks with new Govt: A close look

India needs to get a lot more clarity on what it expects from China. For all the economic engagement that India may have with China, it should not be under the illusion of its impact on the overall India-China relations.

Chinese views on the evolving dynamics of US-China-Russia ties
Feb 16, 2022

Chinese views on the evolving dynamics of US-China-Russia ties

The benefits from Russia-China relations outweighs the benefits that each could receive from their relationship with the US, however, uncertainty loom

Debt ad Infinitum: Pakistan’s Macroeconomic Catastrophe
May 31, 2023

Debt ad Infinitum: Pakistan’s Macroeconomic Catastrophe

This paper dissects the causes behind Pakistan’s ongoing economic crisis. The causes include dwindling forex reserves, the phenomenon of ‘galloping inflation’, a falling Pakistani Rupee, uncompetitive and undiversified export basket, burgeoning external debt, lack of fiscal prudence, debt distress, and a worsening business environment—all cascading to a balance of payment crisis. While austerity measures, appeals for loan rollover to debt

For India, a Complicated SCO Summit
Sep 20, 2022

For India, a Complicated SCO Summit

Across the SCO there is conflict at various levels that complicates India’s engagement, from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to simmering Sino-Indian tensions.

From Trump to Biden, Continuity and Change in the US’s China Policy
Aug 16, 2023

From Trump to Biden, Continuity and Change in the US’s China Policy

A year and a half since United States (US) President Joe Biden took the helm, both sides of the country’s political divide continue to debate whether the incumbent’s China policy is distinct from that of the Trump administration. The Republicans claim that Biden’s China policy has not veered away from Trump’s; the Democrats, meanwhile, argue that it is different. This brief weighs in on the debate, and finds that despite the Biden

General election in Nepal: नेपाल के आम-चुनावों पर क्‍यों है भारत और चीन की नज़र?
Jul 27, 2023

General election in Nepal: नेपाल के आम-चुनावों पर क्‍यों है भारत और चीन की नज़र?

नेपाल के आम चुनाव में पड़ोसी मुल्‍क भारत और चीन की दिलचस्‍पी बनी हुई है. खासकर तब जब चीन भारत को चौतरफा घेरने के लिए चीन नेपाल की जमीन का बेजा इस्‍तेमाल करने में लगा हुआ है.

How India’s BrahMos deal is not just about Philippines but gives a stronger message to the region
Feb 12, 2022

How India’s BrahMos deal is not just about Philippines but gives a stronger message to the region

The $375 million BrahMos deal will have an impact on the India-China, India-ASEAN as well as the Philippines-China relations

Ideological changes unlikely in China's domestic and foreign policies
Feb 19, 2013

Ideological changes unlikely in China's domestic and foreign policies

A former director at the Cabinet Secretariat, D.S. Rajan, says that though India-China relations are peaceful for the time being, New Delhi cannot lower its guard as China's intentions are not clear with regard to the border issue.

India and the future of nuclear arms control
May 12, 2023

India and the future of nuclear arms control

India began its nuclear journey on a responsible note, and should continue to do so, even if arms control is a tall order amidst complex nuclear polit

India, China and the media
Feb 23, 2015

India, China and the media

Senior journalists from India and China discussed various important issues affecting the India-China relations and the role of media in both the countries in giving a right perspective to issues and help improve relations further. The platform was the India-China Media Exchange, organised by ORF in Delhi in association with the Global Times Foundation.