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India-China Face-off

Post-Ladakh disengagement, India will carry out “normal” patrols along LAC

Rajeev Deshpande

China and India agreeing not to mass troops, 28-month face off leaves PLA with no gains

China’s withdrawal from patrol point 15 will mark return to April, 2020 status quo

Disengagement at last friction point after prolonged stale mate comes ahead of communist party congress that will give Xi Jinping third term as general secretary

India call for restraint, status quo on Taiwan is a criticism of China’s military activism

India has called for efforts to de-escalate tensions and maintain peace and stability in the region

The Right Signal to China

The Dalai Lama is currently on an extended visit to Ladakh and his visit to Leh was his first one since the stand-off between India and China that began in 2020

China Unmasked

Its destiny is now in the control of one party, one führer and one ideology

Revisionist History

History is devoid of meaning if the context is taken out of events

The War India Can Win

The PLA looks impressive in ceremonial parades, but unlike the Indian Army it has no battlefield experience

India and China: The Incompatibles

Four reasons why India and China are not friends

Cashing in on a Coup, Beijing Style

A pro-Beijing government in Myanmar means India’s land gateway to Southeast Asia is likely to be nipped in the bud

A New Uncertainty

The momentum towards deeper US-India strategic collaboration could slow if Joe Biden’s foreign policy returns to an accommodationist approach towards China

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