Vishnu Prakash |Issue No:58| May 2018
How could the volatile KP start talking peace and reconciliation so unexpectedly? Was it for real? What would it take to consolidate the process? Had a roadmap been agreed to? Does India have a role to play in the process? There is an attempt to address these questions in the piece.
South China Morning Post
Anil Wadhwa |Issue No:57| May 2018
Europe, with its free trade policies, now faces a Chinese buying and acquisitions onslaught. Chinese investments had earlier focused mainly on infrastructure projects in distressed Southern European countries. But stronger concerns have now arisen due to recent Chinese targeting of Northern Europe with an eye on the technology sector.
Tshering Chonzom |Issue No:56| May 2018
Under the leadership of Xi Jinping, along with the United Front Works Department and the various security apparatus in the country, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection Commission (CCDI) has been deployed to counter and subdue ‘separatism’ in Tibet.
Sandip Mishra |Issue No:55| May 2018
Undoubtedly the summit diplomacy so far has raised huge hopes for denuclearization of North Korea and the establishment of a peace regime in the Korean peninsula. However, the odds are still huge but statesmanship, diplomacy, a positive sum model, being accommodative, inclusiveness and futuristic approach by the concerned parties may bring the desired success.
The Financial Express
Sharmila Kantha |Issue No:54| Apr 2018
The paper finds that India would not benefit from trade diversion if the US and China look for new import sources.As per the analysis, India’s exports to both US and China of products on which tariffs have been imposed is almost negligible.
Diki Sherpa |Issue No:53| Mar 2018
This paper assesses the competitive geopolitical interests that have thus converged and been advanced by infrastructure building in the Nepalese Himalayan borderland.
China Digital Times
Shyam Saran |Issue No:52| Jan 2018
This paper analyses the emerging global order where China aspires to be a key player and how handling of these seminal challenges will determine the prospects of its quest for global leadership.
Madhurima Nundy |Issue No:51| Sep 2017
This paper attempts to present the different models of PPPs being piloted in the tertiary public hospitals in India and China. It also compares the respective models in terms of the variations in design, the levels of emergence etc.
South China Morning Post
Shyam Saran |Issue No:50| Sep 2017
This paper analyses the supply side economic reforms in China by taking the Third Plenum of the 18th Congress Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) held in November 2013 as its starting point.
Central Water Commission of India & Wikipedia
Anuraag Srivastava |Issue No:49| Aug 2017
This paper studies the economic model of Guizhou, a south western province in China, and its use of the Yangtze River system to fuel economic growth. Can similar policies be applied to Odisha in India?
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