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Hong Kong: ‘Silent’ Majority wants Democracy

The district polls victory is not only symbolic, it is also a pointer that the ossified structures of totalitarianism are not such a popular idea in China anymore, especially in Hong Kong.

Chinese challenge to Modi’s Kashmir gamble

With an adverse international media coverage on mass human rights violations, the UN security council taking up Kashmir for the first time in 70 years, and the big powers openly meddling, despite the posturing, the Indian government is clearly on the defensive.

A Red Star over Hong Kong

The summer of discontent seems to continue in infinite rage in Hong Kong as the totalitarian Chinese regime succumbs for the first time.

Shifting gears on China

As India re-evaluates its stance and toes a new line on China, it must pause to reflect on the possible outcome

Vladimir Putin re-elected as the Russian president

“It’s very important to maintain this unity. We will think about the future of our great Motherland,” said Putin.

High-level Pakistan-China-Afghan talks underway in Beijing

The dialogue is part of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s initiative for strengthening of relations and developing cooperation between the three countries.

China’s BRI runs into a wall

Smaller nations like Nepal and Sri Lanka are increasingly subjecting […]

BRICS takes a stand against terrorism

In the two day summit of the fastest, emerging economies […]

Panchsheel shall guide India-China relations

At the BRICS summit, India and China met for the […]

Doklam standoff: What follows thereafter?

The end of the two-month-long standoff between India and China […]