11th All India Conference on China Studies


ICS, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) & NIAS


AICCS | 15-17 November

The All India Conference of China Studies (AICCS) is the flagship event of the ICS, convened annually every November/December, with the principal objective of spreading interest in and strengthening research on China and East Asian Studies in India. Each conference has a special theme and the 11th edition of the conference focused on “Science, Technology and Innovation in China”.


Notes from a Recent Trip to Xinjiang : Nation State, Surveillance and World Order


Siddiq Wahid


Special Lecture | 22 November

There has been increasing media focus on the Chinese state’s governance of its north western Xinjiang province, with reports of hundreds of thousands of Uighurs being sent to ‘reeducation’ camps. Siddiq Wahid made sense of these reports by experiencing the climate firsthand, during a recent trip he made to Xinjiang, and spoke at length of his subsequent impressions during this lecture.


Creating a Perspective for India-Taiwan Relations


Prashant Kumar Singh


Wednesday Seminar | 28 November

Dr. Prashant Kumar Singh will analyse strength and prospects of India-Taiwan relations. Dr. Singh argues that while relations have demonstrated great potential for people-to-people relations and functional cooperation, yet underlining a strategic perspective for relations would require circumspection and prudence


Volume 54 Issue 4 |  November 2018
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.
Belt and Road Initiative: Recent Trends
Gunjan Singh |  Issue No. 64 | September 2018
China is one of the biggest beneficiaries of globalization. Today it is the second largest economy in the world and on the path to become the number one. The integrated world economy has helped China become the factory of the world and also the largest trading partner of most of the countries
Abe's Re-election as the Liberal Democratic Party President: Analysing the Process, Outcomes and Challenges Ahead
Shamshad Khan | Issue No. 65 | September 2018
This paper analyses the LDP’s election process, key issues highlighted by the candidates and Abe’s agenda for Japan during his apparently final term in the office as well as challenges he faces to implement these agenda.
CPC Disciplinary Punishment Regulations in the New Era 
Bhim B Subba |  Issue No. 66 | September 2018
This paper has highlighted important features in the party’s efforts to codify retribution rules and procedures for addressing crimes such as violation of the party discipline.
Non Standard Employment and Precarity: Student Workers in China
P K Anand | Issue No. 67 | October 2018
Global economic changes and the resulting shifts in the role of the state from being a provider of resources, has led to significant transformation of the concept of full-time, permanent employment. This has led to new forms of non-standard employment and work arrangements, thus making labour, fluid and dynamic.
It is India Vs. China amidst Upheavals in Sri Lankan Politics
Gunjan Singh
Asia Times | 1 November
Bhutan in search of 'new friends': China may be interested
Gunjan Singh
Asia Times | 14 November
Book Review: Francis Bougan; Inside the mind of Xi Jinping
Shyam Saran

Business Standard | 21 November

China's 'Mass Incidents': Declining Numbers or Hidden Data?
Gunjan Singh
Vivekanand International Foundation | 26 November


"QUAD" seen to discuss ways to curb China's influence in the Indo-Pacific region
Shamshad Khan
Nikkei Asian Review | 14 November
Public Call for Independence: What it means for Taiwan
Gunjan Singh
Vivekanand International Foundation | 15 November
China and India: A clash of influences
Gunjan Singh
esglobal | 21 November
Modi Walks tightrope between US-Japan and China at G20
Shamshad Khan
Nikkei Asian Review | 29 November


China's Rise and its Implication for the World
Krishna Palepu
Special Lecture | 13 Dec | IIC | 6 pm
South Korea's 'New Southern Policy' and its Implications for India-Korea Relations: Context, Convergences and Challenges
Jojin V. John
Wedensday Seminar | 19 Dec | ICS | 2:30 pm
Best Regards,
Assistant Director & Associate Fellow
Institute of Chinese Studies
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