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Prime Minister Modi’s Visit to China May2015: Reality Check

Paper No. 5925                                 Dated 06-May-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Indian Prime Ministers visits to China right from Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi, Vajpayee and Dr Man Mohan Singh have yielded no tangible gains from China on India’s vital national interests. PM Modi should be alive to this reality as he heads for China for his first visit as Prime Minister.

China’s Credentials in Indian Subcontinent Anti-Indian: A Strategic Audit

Paper No. 5921                                    Dated 27-Apr-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s natural power pre-eminence in the Indian Subcontinent has always been a strategic eyesore for China as it emerged as a Communist monolith in 1949 and commenced flexing its military muscles.

Academics have been prone to surmise wrongly that China relations with India took a turn for the worse only after the China-India armed conflict of 1962.

China under Xi Jinping- A New Trend in Foreign Policy?

Paper No. 5912                                  Dated 10-Apr-2015

By D. S. Rajan

China’s listening post in Indian Ocean

Paper No. 5911                               Dated 10-Apr-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

When Sri Lanka’s new President Maithripala Sirisena recently visited China he was literally squeezed by the Chinese leaders not to review the Chinese investments and infrastructure projects in his country and secure Chinese interests.

China’s Unsolved Territorial Disputes: Implications for its Ties with Neighbors

Paper No. 5905                                        Dated 03-Apr-2015

By D. S. Rajan

18th Round of Special Representative Talks show Climpses of China-India Relations

Paper No. 5903                                  Dated 31-Mar-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Neither the Indian side nor the Chinese gave any details of the Special Representative (SR) level talks between the two countries held in New Delhi recently (March 23). 

South China Sea: Kissinger Offers Wrong Prognostication to China

Paper No. 5902                                  Dated 30-Mar-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Kissinger’s prognostication to China to pend South China Sea dispute for future generations can best be termed as suggesting a face-saving exit from the international isolation on this issue arising from its conflict escalation record.

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