Tag: China

China and policy talk

How the power of Xi defined Chinese politics as we know it

Ever since his election, the Chinese President Xi Jinping signaled a new theme in Chinese policy. It remains to be seen if he shall be able to ruffle any feathers.

/ January 6, 2017
Peter Navarro - One of the trade protectionists who favor demonising China

Navarro as US trade chief: A quest to demonize China?

Trade protectionists like Navarro have been chosen as the policy makers for US. Will they be able to change the perception of their outlook towards China?

/ December 28, 2016
The satellite uses quantum physics.

China launches its new satellite using quantum physics

China has recently launched a new satellite with a unique feature of sending information using quantum physics. But is this a revolution in the world of communication?

/ December 27, 2016
TanSat Satellite

The Chinese step towards climate control

China finally gets cracking on its pollution problem by launching a special satellite to track carbon emissions.

/ December 26, 2016

There is more to Pakistan’s growing market than meets the eye

With the eclipse of American military aid and the arrival of Chinese infrastructural support, a new era of economic development seems to be emerging in Pakistan.

/ December 25, 2016
USA and Russia's flag

What does Trump’s affinity to Russia mean for the US foreign policy?

Trump has embarked on re-alignment of American foreign policy which will change its relations with China and Russia.

/ December 25, 2016
Trump and US-China relations

Trump’s effect on China: The tale of two superpowers

How would Donald Trump's outlook towards Asian politics and international trade policies affect China and US-China relations?

/ December 24, 2016
China's flag flying in Beijing last year as the economy sagged, posting its slowest growth

What is happening with China’s economy? Read to know more

With the decelerating economy of China, the US observers consider it as a gigantic threat to the global economy.

/ December 18, 2016

China Pakistan Economic Corridor: A ploy by China to establish dominance

The author discusses the nexus over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor that is bound to change the fate of not just two, but three nations.

/ December 16, 2016
Xi Jinping and Donald Trump

“Cooperation is the only correct choice” – Xi Jinping

After being castigated throughout the US relations, China's president attempts to relieve the tense relations with Trump.

/ December 11, 2016
free trade

Trump roots for fair trade, not free trade

Be it NAFTA in America, the TTIP with Europe or the TPP in Asia - Beijing's efforts towards APEC is a win-win for Asia.

/ December 6, 2016

How America lost the race of Free Trade policy to China

Try, persist, persevere - Beijing's logic behind its push for an Asia Pacific free trade area.

/ December 4, 2016
Chinese prisoners

Chinese realisation: The costs of fighting corruption

Is China forgoing development through its innovation blunting crackdown on corruption?

/ November 18, 2016
Chinese and Indian Soldier

What’s in store for the Chinese economy?

Does India hold the key to revive China's economic miracles?

/ November 14, 2016

Here is what subscribers of western propaganda don’t know about China

China is still growing strong and its politically insensitive one-party rule makes it stand apart from other increasingly dysfunctional western democracies.

/ November 13, 2016
Premier Li Keqiang began a week-long trip in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Latvia seeking to promote China’s relations with the four countries, and boosting regional development and cooperation.

Where does the Eurasian silk road lead?

Premier Li’s Eurasian tour heralds the new future of Eurasia that will be based on regional economic integration.

/ November 12, 2016

Is China prepared to overcome its middle-income trap?

"China has entered the ranks of the so-called 'upper-middle-income' countries". To what extent does this hold true?

/ November 12, 2016

What can we expect from the new President?

The Trump Ascendancy: What do we make of it?

/ November 11, 2016

Chinese consumers hold the key to future economic growth

China's investment based boom has been a key engine of global growth. But now, Chinese consumers will transform the way the world spends.

/ October 30, 2016
Oil trade between China and Russia

The energy rapport between China and Russia

Will the Bear and the Dragon script a turnaround for themselves?

/ October 28, 2016
Modi at BRICS

Geo-politics in the 21st century: What’s in store for India?

Will India be a variable in the global power equation?

/ October 24, 2016
The world really is a small place. And these two bowls tell us how!

These two bowls have probably travelled more than you

Art knows no boundaries; and nothing teaches us this better than the voyage of two ancient bowls crafted in Japan.

/ October 12, 2016
Checking China: Case For Association of Hindu-Buddhist Countries - Part I

China loves having its own way with things. But India must learn to not give in

The Chinese don't hold concepts like democracy, treaties and borders in high regard. And the world seems to do nothing about it. Here's proof of the same.

/ October 10, 2016

Khorgos: The Middle of Nowhere

Turning the 'middle of nowhere' into an industrial hub, this article discusses what drew China towards Khorgos.

/ October 2, 2016

Why US and Russia Owe Their Friendship to China – Part II

Russia and USA. Two nations. Their friendship and the story behind it.

/ September 26, 2016

Why US and Russia Owe Their Friendship to China – Part I

Focusing on the ties between the powerful nations of the world, the author analyzes their past and discusses the present.

/ September 25, 2016
Chinks in China's Armour

Chinks in China’s Armour

China has all the qualities of being a global superpower. But what stops it from becoming one? The writer highlights the weaknesses in China's bid to take on a bigger...

/ September 23, 2016

Moving Towards Global Derailment – Part I

The 2008 global crisis proved to be disastrous for the whole world. China was not an exception.

/ September 9, 2016
The only question left for China is what socio-political consequences will manifest when the credit bubble finally bursts?

How Long Can China Survive on Borrowed Time?

Illusory bubbles, which provide diminishing returns are being used to push the system and keep it afloat. The author raises concerns over the socio-political effect of the credit bubble burst.

/ September 6, 2016

Indian Diaspora: How High Is the Ceiling?

The article aims at highlighting the need for raising awareness and creating opportunities for the advancement of diasporic communities and host countries.

/ August 26, 2016