After months of tension due to the Doklam standoff, there has been a thaw in India-China relations recently, with Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and Indian Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman visiting China over the next few days to get the relationship back on an even keel. However, many irritants in the relationship remain. In this series, SAV contributors assess the status of India-China competition in the post-Doklam era–whether it is heating up or cooling down–and how it manifests itself, with regard to security, economics, and politics.
Nepal’s tumultuous political transition came to an end with the promulgation of a new constitution in 2015, followed by elections that transformed the country from […]
दक्षिण एशिया में भारत और चीन के बीच सामरिक प्रतिस्पर्धा, विशेष रूप से हिंद महासागर में चीन की “स्ट्रिंग ऑफ पर्ल्स” रणनीति के कारण, उनके […]
The strategic competition between India and China in South Asia, especially in the Indian Ocean due to the Chinese “string of pearls” strategy, has been […]
The year 2017 was a grim one for India-China ties. The Doklam standoff, Beijing’s repeated move to block India’s request for the declaration of Jaish-e-Mohammed […]
The narrative of what went down in the Himalayan frontier region in the summer of 2017 has come under scrutiny once again ahead of a […]
Over thirteen years after defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton produced a report for U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld warning of China’s plans to increase its […]