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Policing Beyond China's Borders

Written by Margaret K. Lewis.

My bicycle kickstand was stolen in Shanghai in 1996. I found the situation somewhat amusing, and I soon purchased a replacement—or perhaps the same one—from the repairman down the street. 1,173 more words


President Hamid seeks Indonesia’s support for safe Rohingya return

President Hamid seeks Indonesia’s support for safe Rohingya return
  • UNB ● Published at 12:56 AM January 28, 2018

  Terming the existing relation Dhaka and Jakarta as excellent, Hamid hopes the relation will be further strengthened following Joko Widodo’s visit… 585 more words


Beyond Modi-Netanyahu Bonhomie: India, Israel Struggle To Add Heft To Ties

Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu praised one another for “revolutionising” the bilateral relationship, the nine agreements signed – on subjects ranging from cyber security to homeopathic research – suggest the two countries are finding it hard to match the heady rhetoric with concrete outcomes in areas that matter. 23 more words


India Becoming a Threat in Chinese Imagination

Hemant Adlakha, professor of Chinese at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Honorary Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi.

As the new year gets underway, and Chinese foreign policy analysts join their counterparts around the world in assessing the events of 2017, the emerging international relations (IR) discourse in Beijing is quite a revelation — at least to the Japanese and Indian strategic affairs community. 1,203 more words

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Netanyahu calls India a world power: 10 things he said on Indo-Israeli ties

Relations between India and Israel are like a “marriage made in heaven” and just one negative vote at the United Nations (UN) cannot change the dynamics between the two nations, said Israeli Prime Minister  1,263 more words

Book Review: Xi Jinping’s China

Jabin T. Jacob, PhD, Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies

Jayadev Ranade. 2018. Xi Jinping’s China (New Delhi: Knowledge World Publishers). pp. xi+394. Rs. 1,400. ISBN: 978-93-86288-90-5… 504 more words

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