The Eurasia Commodity and Trade Expo
Naina Singh |Issue No:47| Jun 2017
This paper attempts to highlight informal multilateralism as a complementary and well-thought out Chinese policy in the region to draw states into its political and economic plans.
Madhurima Nundy |Issue No:46| May 2017
The paper anlyses the growing importance of Pubic Health in a globalised world primarily due to rising incidence of infectious diseases and threats posed by transnational disease epidemics.
Diki Sherpa |Issue No:45| May 2017
The paper looks at the present Sino-Indian border trade through Sikkim. It suggests opening of additional trade route to enhnace economic engagements and mutual cooperation and to foster the healthy interdependence between the two neighboring countries.
Gauri Agarwal |Issue No:44| Apr 2017
The paper compares and analyses the engagements of Indian and Chinese Governments with its respective diaspora. It argues, the Indian government’s engagement with its diaspora despite recognizing its importance is still at a very nascent stage, in comparison to the Chinese government’s engagement with its diaspora.
Council on Foreign Relations
Rishap Vats |Issue No:43| Nov 2016
This papers aims to demystify some of the perceptions about the CPEC initiative by tracking the progress of some of the energy projects.It also highlights their impact when it comes to not just the present challenges and future prospects in Sino-Pak cooperation but also the individual ambitions of China-Pakistan.
Tshering Chonzom |Issue No:42| Aug 2016
China organised yet another ‘Forum on the Development of Tibet’ that lasted for two days from 7 to 8 July 2016 and was jointly organised by the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) local government and the central State Council Information Office (SCIO). Interestingly, despite all the controversy garnered by the conference declaration titled ‘Lhasa Consensus’ that was issued on the conclusion of the Fourth Forum in 2014 (Xinhua 2014), the organisers yet again issued another ‘Lhasa Consensus’ (Tibet Online 2016a).
Jyotishman Bhagawati |Issue No:41| Aug 2016
This paper attempts to look at the Japanese Partnership for Quality Infrastructure vis-à-vis the One Belt One Road initiative of China and the Indian responses to this initiative in view of its several challenges.
Madhurima Nundy |Issue No:40| Jul 2016
The commercialisation of medical education in India has led many students to study medicine abroad. China tops the list of the most preferred destination to study medicine.
Shivshankar Menon |Issue No:39| May 2016
How do we interpret China’s actions today and what is Chinese behaviour likely to be in the future? This analysis suggests that the rise of China promises an extended period of political and security instability, tension and jockeying among powers in Asia
Jabin T Jacob |Issue No:38| Feb 2016
As expected, the Democratic Progressive Party’s Tsai Ing-wen won the Taiwanese presidential elections. More surprisingly, the DPP also swept the Legislative Yuan elections, a first.
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