Chinese President Xi Jinping during his recent Chennai visit held in-depth talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to the strained ties
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted the invitation of President Xi Jinping to visit China for a third informal summit next year.
Enumerating the outcomes of last year’s landmark informal summit in Wuhan, the Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong said that the mutual trust and friendship between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now being extended to…
Over the last few years, we have seen an overtly hostile China taking on many countries at the same time world at large has turned vary of the country. But why?
One of the countries which has been vocal in its criticism of Beijing both for not sharing information pertaining to the pandemic, and for the imposition of the national security law in Hong Kong is Britain.
No major military conflict has taken place between India and China since the Nathu La and Cho La clashes in September 1967. The current military confrontation is a sharp departure from a half-century-long stalemate on border issues despite differences over the exact demarcation of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), which is the apparent cause of the current conflict.
The amendment by way of which Nepal has constitutionally declared the disputed territories to be its part is not only a setback to Indo-Nepal relations but is also a major diplomatic failure on India’s part. Reckless statements from the quarters that have no role to play and should have maintained complete silence on the issue have only worsened the situation.
China has almost never abided by the spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence, a truth underscored yet again by the events over the last three weeks. Though the Chinese leadership continues to make all the right noises, the situation on the ground at the border remains tense.
Even if the call to boycott Chinese products and services is voluntary, it is utterly impractical, extremely emotional, completely uneconomical, and deeply affects India’s national interest.
China plans to introduce a fundamental change to its relationship with Hong Kong. Like all its previous attempts, China’s new plan has received a severe backlash from Hong Kongers and with it from the international corridors.