'Strategic empathy': A look at how presidential candidate Joe Biden's informal diplomacy shaped US foreign relations
Joe Biden’s political trademark was a blue-collar Everyman style, but from the start of his Washington career he had prioritised foreign policy
Rise of a paranoid superpower: Xi Jinping’s China is making costly strategic blunders in pursuit of greatness
China has alienated regional players and given rise to a renewed push for Asian multilateralism underwritten by the US.
70 years of Communist China: Rise of Xi Jinping as a personality cult worrisome; ruthless suppression of dissent signals an autocratic State
Xi Jinping personally heads the central commissions on finance, foreign affairs, military affairs, national security, internet policing and, since last year, the one on reform, under a commission interestingly named as of “comprehensively deepening reforms”.
Xi Jinping calls for China to 'resolutely reform', but asserts no one should dictate to Beijing what it should and shouldn't do
Xi Jinping's speech came as China faces stern challenges from the United States on trade and diplomatic fronts
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping's Wuhan summit could be as significant as Rajiv Gandhi-Deng Xiaoping meet: Official Chinese media
The Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping could be as significant as the one between former premier Rajiv Gandhi and then leader of China Deng Xiaoping in 1988, the official Chinese media commented.
China scraps presidential term limits: How Xi Jinping's quest for unrestricted power made him 'Chairman of Everything'
Xi Jinping has joined pantheon of Chinese leadership after bursting onto scene as a graft-fighting governor who went on to earn comparisons with Mao Zedong
Xi Jinping’s power grab may solidify dissent and harden anti-China sentiment; can India lead global pushback?
New Delhi would know that China’s rise is non-consensual both within and without, and that presents an opportunity to play the waiting game.
Xi Jinping's naked power grab may further destabilise global order, threaten to hurt India's interests
An unfettered Xi Jinping now becomes vulnerable to arbitrariness fuelled by egotism and delusions of grandeur. In the absence of internal resistance, China's Lingxiu may intensify his heavy-handed rule at home
Xi Jinping Thought will now be taught, researched and promoted in universities across China, ensuring that the leader's eponymous philosophy is implanted into students' hearts and minds.
Xi unveils China's new leaders but no clear heir-apparent: Why president refuses to divulge successor and what it means for India
Xi broke away from an unwritten party tradition introduced by former leader Deng Xiaoping who wanted to bring a semblance of order into an opaque and fractious power-transition process.
China is set Wednesday to unveil its new ruling council with President Xi Jinping firmly at the helm after stamping his authority on the country by engraving his name on the Communist Party's constitution.
Communist Party Congress: Xi Jinping serves gobi machurian-style communism to make China great again
In order to achieve the 'national rejuvenation', Xi demanded total allegiance to his guidelines from Chinese people and communist party members.
Communist Party of China holds 19th Congress on Wednesday: What is it about and why is it important?
The Communist Party of China congress is a twice-a-decade political meeting to reshuffle leadership positions in the country.
Sikkim border row: Xi Jinping's 'Chinese dream' makes solution unlikely before his re-election in November
What worries the world is that the Chinese dream has come to mean, among other things domestically, that Xi will turn China into a muscle-flexing monster across continents to browbeat countries that refuse to toe the Chinese line.
As of now, the current standoff is nowhere close to the Wangdung incident of 1986-87 that lasted through a year and a half.
India's test-firing of DRDO-developed long-range weaponry that may carry nuclear weaponry deep into Chinese territory seems to have touched a raw nerve that prompted Beijing to launch an open threat and use the one card that it prefers to hide beneath its sleeves — Pakistan.
Can China be allowed to get away by not abiding by the convention that she voluntarily signed and ratified?
So far 19 rounds of border talks between the two countries have taken place with little headway on eastern and western sectors.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has assumed a more direct role as head of the country's powerful armed forces with the new title of commander in chief of its Joint Operations Command Center