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In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors Fatima Raza from Pakistan, Kithmina Hewage from Sri Lanka, Avasna Pandey from Nepal, Saimum Parvez from Bangladesh, Ahmad Shah Angar from Afghanistan, and Pushan Das from India explore China’s strategic and economic goals in their respective countries, the challenges China may face in implementing those goals, and how China’s engagement will affect the regional balance of power in South Asia.

Articles in Collection

China in South Asia: Sri Lanka’s “Strategic Promiscuity” Geopolitics & Diplomacy

China in South Asia: Sri Lanka’s “Strategic Promiscuity”

In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors…

China in South Asia: New Delhi Countering Beijing in an Increasingly Unipolar Asia Defense & Security

China in South Asia: New Delhi Countering Beijing in an Increasingly Unipolar Asia

In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors…

China in South Asia: Key Player in Afghanistan Geopolitics & Diplomacy

China in South Asia: Key Player in Afghanistan

In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors…

China in South Asia: Islamabad as Lynchpin of Beijing’s Strategy Geopolitics & Diplomacy

China in South Asia: Islamabad as Lynchpin of Beijing’s Strategy

In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors…

China in South Asia: Dragon in the Hills Geopolitics & Diplomacy

China in South Asia: Dragon in the Hills

In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors…

China in South Asia: Bangladesh Walks the Tightrope Geopolitics & Diplomacy

China in South Asia: Bangladesh Walks the Tightrope

In this latest series from South Asian Voices, our contributors…