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  • Hong Kong’s tryst

    Hong Kong’s tryst

    The Election Committee has been expanded to 1500 members from 1200 and the number of direct voters for committee seats has been markedly reduced ~ from about 246,000 to less than 8,000

    September 23, 2021
  • Unwarranted verdict

    Unwarranted verdict

    The United States of America has criticised the "unjust outcome" of the Tong trial.

    August 4, 2021
  • PRC limited

    PRC limited

    As a result, China’s regional adversaries including India, Japan, and Australia have taken heart and begun flagging Chinese overreach on issues which impact them adversely.

    July 8, 2021
  • Xi’s script

    Xi’s script

    Besides hailing its first centenary goal of building a ‘moderately prosperous society’ for all, the focus shifted towards drumming nativist passions by insisting that it would not get ‘bullied, oppressed or subjugated‘ and that it would not accept ‘sanctimonious preaching‘ from anyone. The wary instinct of protectionism was palpable, and all-pervasive.

    July 7, 2021
  • Political Diary | As the Left gasps for breath

    Political Diary | As the Left gasps for breath

    For all its failures, it is needed to maintain India's democratic character. But to remain relevant it has to change and be in step with the present-day realities.

    July 4, 2021
  • CCP at 100~I

    CCP at 100~I

    Mao next to Lenin, is rightly credited with the establishment of a new state with a new regime. Among the architects and makers of the twentieth century, he deserves a rightful place. His Marxism was pragmatic as it had its roots in Chinese history and philosophy.

    July 4, 2021
  • Goliath strikes

    Goliath strikes

    They were left with no option because to crack down on protests, Beijing used the world’s preoccupation with the virus that had originated in China to enact a tough new security law.

    December 4, 2020
  • Taiwan’s hopes

    Taiwan’s hopes

    Stating that the US is committed to ensuring that Taiwan is not “bullied or overcome” by China, the official made it clear that there is bipartisan agreement in the United States for this position.

    October 30, 2020
  • World waking up to ‘threats from China’, will be confronted, says Pompeo, lauds India’s app ban

    World waking up to ‘threats from China’, will be confronted, says Pompeo, lauds India’s app ban

    He further said that he is confident that the world's free nations will join together to face the challenges from China to India and other countries in Asia.

    July 16, 2020
  • Dialogue dynamics

    Dialogue dynamics

    India needs to be cognizant of two points the real Chinese intentions and the approach it will adopt to achieve its intended goal. We must not allow the comity of nations to get fooled by the overt display of eagerness to settle the current conflict through dialogue. Secondly, whatever resolution we achieve in this case, going back to status quo ante will be a temporary acceptance of peace by Xi Jinping who is trying to jettison Deng Xiaoping's approach and adopt the more aggressive Maoist philosophy.

    July 12, 2020
  • Understanding China

    Understanding China

    The Chinese Communist Party's over-reliance on history for legitimising one-party rule for perpetuity constitutes a potent challenge for President Xi. The Chinese dilemma may eventually end with a changing of the guard at best or popular anti-regime uprising, a repeat of Tiananmen episode, at worst.

    July 5, 2020
  • The errors China made

    The errors China made

    They may not say so in discussions but an article in the CCP-owned website, sohu.com of 16 June, conveys a different perception.

    June 23, 2020
  • US updates list, China’s top 9 state media firms now termed ‘foreign missions’

    US updates list, China’s top 9 state media firms now termed ‘foreign missions’

    The decision to designate these entities is not based on any content produced by these entities, nor does it place any restrictions on what the designated entities may publish in the US.

    June 23, 2020
  • Dragon’s Swansong~I

    Dragon’s Swansong~I

    With an exponential rise in cases to 8 million infections and 0.5 million deaths, coupled with crippled economies and countless job losses, a global backlash has begun against China. On 31 December 2019, Taiwan notified WHO of the risk of human-to-human transmission.

    June 19, 2020
  • Hong Kong govt suspends controversial China extradition bill: Reports

    Hong Kong govt suspends controversial China extradition bill: Reports

    Hong Kong was facing growing international pressure over a controversial plan to allow extraditions to mainland China. 

    June 15, 2019
  • Protests against China extradition bill paralyse Hong Kong

    Protests against China extradition bill paralyse Hong Kong

    Police used water cannons and pepper spray on protesters outside the Legco building and held up signs warning demonstrators they were prepared to use force.

    June 12, 2019
  • Trump’s stance gives China the shivers

    Trump’s stance gives China the shivers

    The escalating U.S.-China trade friction engineered by U.S. President Donald Trump has directly hit China’s economy — the source of Beijing’s power. The administration of Chinese President Xi Jinping hopes to quickly take the sting out of this situation, but doing so will not be easy. The U.S.-China strategic joint foundation has eroded, and Beijing’s …

    September 9, 2018