Alka Acharya is a professor of Centre for East Asian Studies (Chinese Studies) School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). She was the Director and Senior Fellow at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She was Editor of the quarterly journal China Report (New Delhi) from 2005-2013. She was nominated by the Indian government as a member of the India-China Eminent Persons Group (2006-2008) and member of the National Security Advisory Board of the Government of India for two terms (2006-2008) and (2011-2012). She has authored a book China & India: Politics of Incremental Engagement, published in 2008. Her current research focuses on India-China-Russia Trilateral Cooperation and the Chinese strategic response to the post-cold war regional architecture, with special reference to China’s neighborhood. She has been teaching courses on Chinese Foreign Policy and Political Economy to the Masters and M.Phil students and guiding doctoral research since 1993. Ten scholars have so far been awarded a doctoral degree under her supervision. She is the joint editor of the book Crossing A Bridge of Dreams: 50 years of India-China, published in 2002, has contributed chapters to many books and regularly features in the Economic and Political Weekly.
The anti-China sentiment should not completely blind us to the bargaining power that we could exploit to our possible advantage and get China to address our concerns.
With China’s might and security concerns impinging on the prospects of Indian businesses, Dasgupta offers a primer on making the most of bilateral trade opportunities.
China's transformation is miraculous. Its days of keeping a low profile are gone. But it confronts major challenges.
22-24 जुलाई के बीच चीन के उपविदेश मंत्री कौंग शुआनयू ने भूटान का तीन दिवसीय दौरा किया...
The goal of providing the ordinary Indian a clear, objective account of Sino-Indian ties succeeds. Yet, the lucid narrative is blighted by editorial neglect.
Happymon Jacob discusses the recently concluded 'informal' summit meeting between PM Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping with Alka Acharya.
The Wire spoke to eminent China scholars for their views on the upcoming 'informal' India-China summit in Wuhan.
With China not supporting India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group membership, blocking UN designation of Azhar Masood and an aggressive Belt and Road Initiative, India too refused to backtrack and hostilities only deepened.
'If, as appears to be the case, India is on way to 'mending fences' with China, and China is equally desirous to 'reset' the relationship, this could be a self-reflexive moment ...
The Tibetan government-in-exile shifted a high-profile event commemorating Dalai Lama’s 60 years of exile as an effort to bringing peace to relations between India and China.
The MEA says India’s position on the Dalai Lama is the same but the fact that a circular was issued advising officials to keep their distance suggests a change had occurred which is now being corrected.
The Tibetan government-in-exile has shifted a high-profile event planned to commemorate Dalai Lama’s 60th year in exile. The event will now happen in Dharamshala, not Delhi
Decoding the Puzzle of the Indian Govt Circular Distancing Itself From Dalai Lama Event
Whether it is Xi Jinping or anyone else, Beijing’s approach to India will remain similar
The boundary dispute notwithstanding, China has always had leaders who have been, on the whole, positively disposed towards India.
This short essay is a big picture effort to understand the contentions and collusions that characterise the India-China relationship in the current period.
Neither side is backing down but leaders of two nations might have chance to discuss the dispute at G20 meeting
Leaders discuss ‘a range of issues’ but it’s unclear whether military stand-off on contested part of the border was raised
शीर्ष स्तर की राजनीतिक यात्राओं के पहले या फिर उनके दौरान सरहद पर होने वाली ‘झड़पों’, ‘घुसपैठों’ और ‘घटनाओं’ को जोड़कर यदि देखें, तो यह...
The Wire spoke to experts about whether a major border incident between the two countries was expected and how India should deal with the situation since it involves ally Bhutan.
China is certainly apprehensive about the kind of understanding that the US and India might be working towards...
On the economic front, positively engaging with China is vital
Chinese expert and Director of The Institute of Chinese Studies in India Professor Alka Acharya revisits Indo-China relations as the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visits India.
मौजूदा दौर भारत एवं चीन दोनों के लिए रणनीतिक अवसर का समय है - विकास और आधुनिकरण को प्राथमिकता प्रदान करना दोनों की ज़रूरत है।
Japan China maritime dispute in focus again
Chinese Economy Slows Down, Markets Crash
One year of NDA Govt: Foreign Policy Initiatives
प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी की पड़ोसी देश चीन की यात्रा को समग्रता से लेने के पहले उनके कार्यक्रमों और उनसे निकले परिणामों को देखना जरूरी है
India and China on Friday signed a record 24 agreements worth $10 billion in Beijing in the presence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang
PM Narendra Modi on Friday met Chinese premier Li Keqiang at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing during his visit to the country
With Prof. Rama Baru (CSMCH, School Of Social Sciences, JNU) and Prof. Geetha Nambissan (ZHCES, School of Social Sciences, JNU) under the auspices of the Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi
Project Director, awarded by the Planning Commission to the Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi, June-August 2013. Project submitted on 1st September 2013
Co-authored with Peter Joy Hudson, in the China Report, Vol. 46, No.1, 2010, pages 37-59
India-China-Russia Trilateral Cooperation and the Chinese strategic response to the post-cold war regional architecture, with special reference to China’s neighborhood.
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