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The Indo-Pacific – Competitive Space?

Indo-Pacific: Origin of the term Though the term ‘Indo-Pacific’ has been in use for many decades, it was first used as a geo-political constructin 2007...

China at 70: Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones

On 1 October, China stepped into the 70th year of the foundation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) since 1949. Commemorating this achievement,...

‘Act of War’- Conventional or Unconventional War?

It is an ‘act of war’ proclaimed the US Secretary of State – without declaration of war.  14 September 2019, a major Saudi Arabian...

Sino-Indian Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

As the world’s centre-of-gravity shifts from the West to the East, the Indo-Pacific has emerged as a region of immense interest for major global...

Hong Kong Crisis: One China Policy and the Stakes

Historically, the legitimacy of Communist Party of China (CPC) has often been put to test. Of which, the biggest example was the 1989 Tiananmen...
Surprise, Strategy and 'Vijay' 20 Years of Kargil and Beyond

Surprise, Strategy and ‘Vijay’: 20 Years of Kargil and Beyond

Surprise, Strategy and ‘Vijay’ : 20 Years of Kargil and Beyond talks about the lesser known facts and accounts of the intrusions and the war from...

10/06/19 | ‘Sino-India Relations: Can China And India Co-Exist In Peace In The 21st...

The speaker mainly gave a historical perspective of China concentrating on its imperial past and the wars it fought. The issues highlighted by...

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