Wuhan was meant to stabilise India-China ties at a time of major global changes; the basic understanding must continue
India's role in the economic endeavour of China's Belt and Road Initiative
With no thaw in sight, much will now depend on wider geopolitical factors.
The Belt and Road initiative is part of a broader Chinese policy reorientation where its leaders are responding to...
The world’s most populous country is looking to increase its share of the planet’s resources and political influence.
The nature of Sino–Indian interactions across five issue areas highlights that Delhi and Beijing have more overlapping interests than is generally recognised.
India’s foreign policy, various dimensions of India China relations, Eurasian geopolitics, the evolution of BRICS, international political economy.
Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Alternatives, an independent New Delhi-based think tank, 2007-2012
Analyst, Corporate Finance Division, PricewaterhouseCoopers, New Delhi, India, 2001-2004
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