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Jul 05, 2013
Antony's visit: Why the Chinese general's warning mattersChinese officials have dismissed Chinese General Luo Yan's tough talk against India as not representing the official view. But Luo frequently channels a hardline Chinese military view that is increasingly hard to dismiss.
May 21, 2013
Between India and China, even glacial change is progressIndia signalled to visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that the border issue is of "core interest", and withheld boilerplate acknowledge of India's commitment to the 'one China' principle. These are not without significance.
May 20, 2013
PM talks tough with China's Li, voices India's concern over incursionIn a firm message to China, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tonight voiced India's serious concern over the recent Chinese incursion in Ladakh and told his counterpart Li Keqiang that in the absence of peace and tranquility along the border, bilateral ties will suffer.
May 19, 2013
Li Keqiang's visit a chance to reboot India-China tiesChinese Premier Li Keqiang begins his India visit today. If India plays its cards right, and protects its interests with finesse, the two countries have the capacity to reset their relationship.
May 15, 2013
China's push for border deal: Why India must 'trust but verify'Indian suspicions about Chinese grand strategems should not be allowed to impede any progress in the Sino-Indian border talks. But it is important to mark the boundary before committing to a freeze on troop and infrastructure build-up.
May 06, 2013
India, China stand-off in Ladakh ends but at what cost to India?India and China have backed off from their eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation in the Himalayas. But there is reason to believe that India may have paid a high price by giving China the right to determine what happens on our side of the fence.
May 04, 2013
'Coercive diplomacy' is the key to beat China's Ladakh ingressThere is diplomatic space for India to exert itself against the Chinese incursion without resorting to military adventurism. But to exert the levers of coercive diplomacy, you need to know that you have a spine in the first place.
May 02, 2013
China’s Ladakh incursion is war minus the shootingTo the extent that Chinese troops are still in notionally Indian territory and are looking to extract a price for their withdrawal, China is looking to expand its sovereignty map - without firing a single shot.
Apr 30, 2013
Living in denial is not how India should deal with China's incursionPerhaps this incursion was intended by the new Chinese leadership to signal Chinese frustration at the lack of progress in the talks on the border dispute despite years of negotiations. If that is so, it reflects raw power, not sagacity.
Apr 29, 2013
Stats: How the militaries of India and China stack upA look at the armed forces of the two nations and how they stack up against each other.