China’s political and military vigilance and readiness to crush ethnic identities within its northwestern region of Xinjiang is on the anvil, yet again.
By virtue of being the two most significant players in Asia, India and China display a peculiar mix of competition and cooperation.
While delivering his inaugural address as President of the United States of America, Donald Trump made a reference to the expression “America First” repeatedly.
Chairman Mao Zedong’s famous dictum “…political power grows out of the barrel of a gun” continues holding ground in present day China, with PLA’s political work system b
India’s relationship with Japan has steadily clasped on to the changing dynamics and realities in Asia and assumed growing vitality vis-à-vis the future Asian sec