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Sino-Indian Relations

Indian Foreign Policy Establishment’s China Policy Conundrum

Paper No. 6356                                    Dated 14-Mar-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India and its foreign policy establishment’s most confusing conundrum once again is to clearly define whether in the larger and long-range perspective China is India’s ‘Friend or Foe’? India’s lack of discerning this distinction makes it ecstatically jump at every crumb of feigned friendship that China spasmodically keeps throwing at India

China’s War Threats and Military Brinkmanship against India 2017 analysed

Paper No. 6278                                   Dated 17-Jul-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Doklam Standoff-China Violates agreements with India and Bhutan

Paper No. 6275                                            Dated 05-Jul-2017

By Bhaskar Roy

India’s Interface with Pak-China Axis

Paper No. 6111                                  Dated 06-May-2016

By Bhaskar Roy

For decades India has been engaging in an unrelenting but soft struggle with “all-weather friends” Pakistan and China, to preserve a stable sub-continent, conducive for much needed development. 

Upping the Ante against China and India’s Volta-face

Paper No. 6107                                 Dated 26-4-2016

By Prof. B. R. Deepak

China-India Strategic Alliance Should Not Be Unthinkable, (Paper No.1375 Dated 13.05.2005) a Mid-2014 Review

Paper No. 5783                                      Dated 08-Sept-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The New Cold War and India

China's new map

Paper No. 5764                                     Dated 13-Aug-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

The old cold war between the US and the Soviet Union, or the NATO and the Warsaw Pact countries, had some clear lines of division. China gradually moved from the anti-US camp to the anti-Soviet comp and in the course maximised its benefits, proving self-interest and not ideology was the essence.


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