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Unraveling the direction of India’s China policy

Paper No. 5727                                Dated 23-Jun-2014

By Col. R. Hariharan


An analysis of China’s reading of the pulse of India’s foreign policy changes under Prime Minister Narendra Modi written on June 13, 2014 titled “China’s reading of India’s foreign policy trend” is reproduced below.

China’s Take on Narendra Modi

Paper No. 5698                                       Dated 12-May-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

China’s stated position remains that it does not interfere in the internal affairs of another country. Therefore, no comments have come from the Chinese government on the Indian general elections. To project their preference of a new government in India, the Chinese authorities are using the state controlled media.

PM Manmohan Singh Leaves China with some Thoughts

Paper No. 5589                                              Dated 01-Nov-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

With Indian general elections some six months away Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh’s China visit (Oct. 22-24) is seen as his last in his capacity as prime minister of India. His foreign visits in the last one month suggested a somewhat different approach which one wished had come earlier.

CHINA: Indian Prime Minister’s Visit Stands Politically Devalued

Paper No. 5587                                        Dated 23-Oct-2013

By Dr. Subhash Kapila

Indian Prime Minister’s visit to China currently taking place stands politically devalued as the Russian Prime Minister and the Mongolian Prime Minister arrived in China on the same day that is October 22, 2013. Surprisingly the Indian media has not played up this angle of Prime Ministers of three countries being in Beijing at the same time


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