Pulwama terror attack: China's stance on Masood Azhar should teach India that its 'reset' policy is futile
The Pulwama attack and its aftermath offer India an opportunity to amend its China policy, which periodically falls back into the reverie that appeasing Beijing may somehow limit its adversarial stance towards New Delhi.
India-China maritime talks signify improved ties, but quad remains key to effective Indo-Pacific strategy
The maritime dialogue with China assumes particular significance given Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent articulation of India’s strategic vision of the Indo-Pacific region at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore
Milind Deora column: India, US must focus on 'policy' to counter China's rising influence; end traditional fixations
While America is fixated with Russia and North Korea, India is fixated with Pakistan, but in the process, both democracies are not addressing the elephant in the room, ie, China
The main cost of stronger growth in China "is further large increases in public and private debt", the IMF said in its annual review of China's economy.
US President Donald Trump seems to be wrecking all the alliances friendships that the US created, over decades, while winning enemies all over the world. If he survives politically, this decade will end with far more troubled and disastrous world than he inherited.
There are increasing signs now that the balance of power between India and China has changed.