China India International Relations South Asia

Chinese Dragon’s Rise in the Bay of Bengal: India – Bangladesh – China Ties

Sharing one of the world’s longest land borders; with such close, historical and physical proximity, Bangladesh and India have long-established well-developed relationships that are now being tested. This shift in the relations comes alongside China’s successful economic diplomacy in gathering allies in South Asia, with Beijing and Dhaka currently developing strong bilateral ties.

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The Convoluted Mosaic of IR: Case of Nagorno-Karabakh (Part 1 – China)

Today, the world has entered an era of multipolarization or in other words, international relations have become very complex in recent years. onomic levels and the growing propensity for each state to pursue its own national interests. The recent conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia is a classic example to explain the convoluted nature of International Relations.

China Economy Politics

Joint Consultation Mechanism (JCM) on CPEC

The success of CPEC lies in unity and clarity about the project. It is for this reason that the JCM is established. JCM brings clarity and transparency to CPEC but highlights loopholes in internal politics and Pakistan’s national unity. It is high time that Pakistan puts in the effort to get its house in order.

China Economy USA

China & the US before the WTO

It was a mark in history when in 2001, China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). It added fuel to

China India International Relations

Border Truce Between China & India

The Line of Actual Control (LAC) stretching 3,440 km between the China and India border has been a source of

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Crossroads at South China Sea

South china sea is an arm of the western Pacific Ocean in southeast Asia, south of china, east and south

China International Relations USA

New Playgrounds for the New Cold War

It was the eve of seventh annual State of the Union Address to the Congress when (the then) president of

China International Relations USA

An Upcoming Cold War between US & China – Part 3

In 2018, US President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on Chinese imports worth US$34 billion. A key reason for this was

China International Relations USA

An Upcoming Cold War between US & China – Part 2

The temperature on Sino-American relations continues to rise, much to the dismay of South Asian countries. In a world emerging

China International Relations USA

An Upcoming Cold War between US & China – Part 1

It would not be daunting to say that US-China relations, following the onset of the global Corona Virus, are currently