Tag: #China-India Relation

India wrong to fear losing regional countries to Chinese clout

Wang Wenwen July 11, 2020

India wrong to fear losing regional countries to Chinese clout

B R Deepak, a Sinologist and chairperson at the Institute of Chinese Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, said in an interview with me that "China's focus is not about consolidating its ties with India. It instead is concentrating on smaller countries in the vicinity. This is reflected in...More

Do China-India relations need a reset?

B R Deepak July 10, 2020

Do China-India relations need a reset?

Editor's Note: It has been two weeks since the clash between Indian and Chinese troops at the border. Despite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's acknowledgment that no troops intruded into the Indian side of the border, there has been sweeping nationalism in India that has led to the boycott...More

Can India’s fragile economy survive its own ‘boycott China’ campaign?

Left Review Online June 30, 2020

Can India’s fragile economy survive its own ‘boycott China’ campaign?

(Editor's Note: Since the deadly clash between Chinese and Indian troops in the Galwan Valley on June 15, hyper-nationalism appear to have taken over India, where calls for boycotting Chinese products and footage of Indian citizens destroying TV set have been dominating social media. In China, very few take...More

‘Boycott China’ T-shirts and caps in India were not made in China: Insiders.

Huang Lanlan June 24, 2020

‘Boycott China’ T-shirts and caps in India were not made in China: Insiders.

Beijing. Online gossip has been spreading that some Chinese manufacturers have been caught selling hats, tees, and banners with anti-China slogans such as "Boycott China" to India; however, this is very likely faked, the Global Times found. In fact, Chinese laws and regulations prohibit the export of products...More

India needs to rid two misjudgments on border situation: Chinese Media

Left Review Online June 19, 2020

India needs to rid two misjudgments on border situation: Chinese Media

Chinese and Indian troops were engaged in a serious physical clash in Galwan Valley on Monday. The Indian side said three Indian soldiers were killed. The Chinese military confirmed that clashes between the two sides have led to casualties, but did not release the exact figures. This has...More

China urges India to restrain

Liu Xuanzun and Liu Xin June 18, 2020

China urges India to restrain

In an event that Chinese experts call the most severe situation China and India have experienced along the border in decades, a fatal physical clash broke out on Monday between the two countries' border defense troops in the Galwan Valley. The clash took place after Indian troops crossed...More

China’s efforts to bring citizens back from India should not be over-interpreted

Left Review Online June 02, 2020

China’s efforts to bring citizens back from India should not be over-interpreted

The Chinese government will help arrange special flights for its citizens that are willing to fly home but are stuck in India due to the country's nationwide coronavirus lockdown, according to a notice the Chinese embassy in New Delhi published on its website on Monday. The voluntary repatriation...More

RCEP may be signed by year-end, probably without India: Experts

Yang Kunyi May 11, 2020

RCEP may be signed by year-end, probably without India: Experts

The downward pressure posed by COVID-19 on the member countries of the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), as well as China's relatively early economic recovery, may encourage progress on regional economic cooperation and lead to an agreement being signed by year-end, according to experts, but the process...More

China and India need common front to confront COVID-19

Liu Zongyi May 05, 2020

China and India need common front to confront COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has severely impacted almost every country, and many of the world's leading politicians and scholars are now discussing world order after the crisis. The pandemic will indeed change many things, but for the international political and economic landscape, it will be more of a catalyst,...More

From Wuhan Spirit to Chennai Connect: Modi and Xi Redefine Relationship in Asia

Ms. Liu Jinxiu & Dr. Geeta Kochhar Jaiswal February 08, 2020

From Wuhan Spirit to Chennai Connect:  Modi and Xi Redefine Relationship in Asia

Since May 2014, when India Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power, there have been 10 meetings between PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping. However, the crucial meetings are the two informal summits between the two leaders that set a new tone to the bilateral relationship. The...More