Governance of Government Middle Schools in Beijing and Delhi: Supportive Accountability, Incentives and Capacity

Yan Yifei

Special Lecture |7 Feb

The research explored the various supportive mechanisms such as teacher in-service training and career development, which are practised in China and India, which according to the speaker, have two of the world's largest basic education sectors.
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13th Giri Deshingkar Memorial Lecture: The Historical Silk Road & the BRI

Mark C. Elliott

GDML |12 Feb

The lecture focused on the BRI in light of the historical Silk Road and placed its goals of economic development into the wider geopolitical context
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War, Memories and National Identity: Assessing the Role of War in the Evolution of Modern Indian Identity 

Muhammed Kunhi

Wednesday Seminar |13 Feb

The presentation analysed the significance of India-China War of 1962 and India-Pakistan war of 1965 in constituting modern Indian identity.


China Factor in India-Ameirca Relations (1942-1962)

Atul Bharadwaj

Wednesday Seminar |20 Feb

The speaker discussed about his new book "India-America Relations (1942-1962: Rooted in the Liberal International Order" wherein he focused on the China factor in the India-America relations.
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China's New Borders in the 21st Century

Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly

Special Lecture |25 Feb

The presentation was based on the paper submitted by the Speaker which argued that the borders organize the connectivity of non-contiguous territories between countries' chains of production, of goods and services, and labour markets, with the rest of the world.
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China at a Turning Point: Perspectives After the 19th Party Congress

Manoranjan Mohanty & Others

Book Release & Discussion |27 Feb

The book release and discussion highlighted the importance of the emerging trends in Chinese politics, economy, culture and more, since the 19th Party Congress and offers a detailed explanation of Xi Jinping's initiatives in the context of what was proclaimed as a 'new era'.
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China at a Turning Point: Perspective after the 19th Party Congress
Manoranjan Mohanty|Pentagon Press, New Delhi
This volume, produced by  group of 25 China experts of India associated with the Institute of Chinese Studies, offers a detailed examination of Xi Jinping's initiatives in the context of what was proclaimed as a 'new era'.
Volume 55 | Issue 1 | February 2019
The China Report is a refereed journal in the field of social sciences and international relations. It encourages free expression and discussion of different ideas and approaches which assist in better understanding China and its neighbours. It welcomes and offers a platform for original research from a multi-disciplinary perspective, in new and emerging areas, by scholars and research students. It seeks to promote analysis and vigorous debate on all aspects of Sino-Indian relations, India–China comparative studies and multilateral and bilateral initiatives and collaborations across Asia.
US-China Geo-technology Race and the Lessons for India: Importance of Indigenous Technologies in Enhancing India Defence Capabilities
Smita Purushottam|Issue No. 24 | February 2019
The current US-China stand-off underlines a major shift in the arena of geopolitical rivalry to technological competition. Unlike India, China and the US understand the importance of Science and Technology as drivers of growth and ultimately, geopolitical power. China aims to become the most globally advanced Science & Technology nation by 2050. Since Technology is the real foundation of power, this is triggering a US backlash.
Defending a Free and Open Indo-Pacific Region
David Arase|Issue No. 25 | February 2019
It is doubtless that a rising China will succeed in promoting its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in coming years. The key questions are the degree of success it will have, and how it will change the Indo-Pacific region. Xi Jinping’s Chinese Dream envisions comprehensive China-centered governance within the geographical footprint of BRI in accordance with the norms, institutions, and values of the Communist Party of China (CPC) by 2049.
Regional Differences and Ownership Roles in the R&D and Innovation Activities of Chinese Industrial Enterprises 
Surajit Deb |Issue No. 26 | February 2019
This paper investigates the regional differences and ownership pattern of technology and innovation in China’s industrial enterprises.
The Illusion of Universal Health Care: Medical Insurance as the Panacea
Madhurima Nundy|Issue No. 74 | February 2019
This analysis places the recent developments in health policy in India and China in the context of the departure from the principles and design that informed the Primary Health Care (PHC) approach in 1978.
The ICS Blog is a platform for an open dialogue that aims to inform and enlighten, especially young scholars and analysts on contemporary issues related to China and East Asia.
What will China do if there is an India-Pakistan War?
Muhammed Kunhi
28 Feb
चीन आणि उत्तर कोरिया संबंधांची दिशा
Gunjan Singh
Observer Research Foundation | 25 Feb 2019
China's Dour Economic Data
Uday Khanapurkar
The Diplomat | 1 Feb 2019
India's Fight Against Terrorism: China's Silence Speaks Volumes
Prarthana Basu
The Diplomat | 21 Feb 2019
A Himalayan View on the Making of Indian Republic: Bhutan's Representatives to India, 1946-49
Swati Chawla
Wednesday Seminar | 20 March | Seminar Room, ICS | 3 PM
China's Bullet Trains
Kyle Chan
Wednesday Seminar | 3 April | Seminar Room, ICS | 3 PM



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Institute of Chinese Studies


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