Indian-American Haley, in an interview to Fox News, said the Chinese were quiet and strategic during her tenure at the UN. They moved and made sure that they were trying to get positions in certain areas, and trying to get things done behind closed doors, she said.
As a new Cold War is descending on Asia, it’s critical to anticipate what happens if it turns hot.
Experts said the tensions have added to a sense of apprehension in the US, Europe and parts of Asia that China will engage in more aggressive behaviour in pursuit of its territorial interests, which in turn has raised the possibility of a serious and coordinated pushback by leading global players.
"No, I have not spoken to him, one. No, I do not. I have no plan to speak to them," Trump told reporters at a White House press conference.
India’s Hong Kong move has been noticed the world over, and Indian policy makers should use this moment in global politics to put China on notice
With deeper economic integration of Hong Kong, China will have the advantage of having two major financial centres: Shanghai and Hong Kong. This gives it an advantage in global financial markets by challenging US supremacy in the financial sphere
One of India’s leading foreign policy mavens, G Parthasarathy, believes that the word has a special connotation, as countries, are, for the first time, questioning China’s hegemonistic behaviour.
The armies of India and China have been locked in a bitter standoff at multiple locations in eastern Ladakh for the last seven weeks, and the tension escalated after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a violent clash in the Galwan Valley on June 15.
The campaign over the past four years in the far west region of Xinjiang is leading to what some experts are calling a form of 'demographic genocide.'
China is India’s one of the leading trade partners and constitutes 9 percent of India’s total export and 18 percent of total merchandise imports.
For too long, Delhi has been hesitant to impose costs for Beijing’s military adventurism, preferring instead to settle matters diplomatically. In doing so, India has failed to realise that while Xi Jinping’s China is irrational, it is not an entirely unpredictable actor
China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) in 2017 announced plans to reduce the strength of the reserve forces and bring them under the control of the central leadership as part of the reforms of the military.
Xi Jinping would not want Li Keqiang, who has experience in tackling the 2009 H1N1 virus outbreak, to garner an image as the hero of the current COVID-19 crisis. This is why Xi’s allies are picking holes in Li’s call to revive the stall economy
Deciphering the 'Dragon Dance' in Ladakh — appeasement of a bully only emboldens him.
Donald Trump’s get-tough-with-China policy is apparently tied to his re-election, swinging between China’s inclination to buy more US farm products and getting tough with China after the pandemic
The decision has come one month after Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a discussion to upgrade their bilateral relations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The central geopolitical rivalry of our time is between a rising China and a US past its prime; India is firmly in the US camp
The following are other countries that feature in reports about Bolton's book on his 17 months in Trump's administration.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian made the remarks when asked about Bolton's accusation, made in an excerpt from his book published by the New York Times.
Modi had wished his Chinese counterpart even in 2017 when his birthday fell a day before the standoff took place in the Doklam region.
China is staring at a multi-front crisis emanating from a global anti-Beijing regrouping, a resurgent India and its own unstable domestic affairs with a slowing economy and soaring unemployment
Though incursions have been a part of India-China border management, in recent times they have become more aggressive
The statement came in the midst of a scheduled high-level military dialogue between the two sides to resolve the current border standoff in eastern Ladakh.
Over 85 percent people are not in favour of Chinese companies building 5G infrastructure in India, and do not want more Chinese investment in India either.
With the right mix of policy, COVID-19 might indeed pass in China’s history as the opportunity that the leadership grasped to modernise the economy