Gunjan Singh is a Research Associate at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She has also worked as an Associate Fellow at the Vivekananda International Foundation, New Delhi. Her research interests include Chinese Foreign Policy, the Chinese Communist Party, Minorities in China, Mainland-Taiwan Relations, Chinese media, Chinese civil society Tibet and Space Security. She is the Assistant Editor of the CBW Magazine, published by the IDSA, is co-editor of Space Security and Global Cooperation, and has published in Strategic Analysis, International Affairs Review, Harvard Asia Quarterly, World Affairs: A Journal of International Issues and The Book Review.
January 1 marked the 40th anniversary of ‘message to compatriots in Taiwan’ which was issued by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on January 1, 1979.
Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, the newly elected president of Maldives, on Tuesday concluded a three-day visit to India.
Ever since the term Indo-Pacific has been coined, the Chinese have vehemently argued that its primary aim is to counter and limit China’s development aspirations.
After recording a series of rising incidence of mass protests in China, the Ministry of Public Security (PBS) stopped publishing the data from 2011.
Over the last few months, the international media have presented a new battle with public opinion: the clash of influence between Beijing and New Delhi in the neighboring States of India.
Whether DPP or Kuomintang (KMT) gains majority during the upcoming elections, the question remains how far Taiwan can actually move away from China.
Bhutan is aware that Chinese friendship comes with strings attached.
Book Review of Miller, T., China’s Asian Dream-Empire Building Along the New Silk Road
The recent political turmoil in Sri Lanka brings to the surface the debate on domestic issues vis-à-vis South Asian geopolitics.
2018 marks the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening up policy, which was introduced under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping and was described by him as China’s ‘second revolution’.
Book Review of Jeanne-Marie Gescher. Becoming China: The Story Behind the State, published in the journal called Asian Affairs.
After the election there seems to be a shift from a pro-Chinese government to one that will favor India
North Korea has regarded China as its most natural ally and supporter since the Korean War. The relationship had begun to show signs of strain after the continued nuclear tests by North Korea...
BRI seeks to provide the developing economies with new channels and opportunities for growing and also aims to give them more access to newer markets. However, the security and strategic dimensions of the BRI cannot be overlooked.
Nepal was one of the first countries to welcome the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
In 2013 the Chinese government under President Xi Jinping announced a grand economic and infrastructure project, now known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
The rise of China to an economic and military power has had the most significant effect on its relationship with Taiwan.
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