Indian authorities have refused to further extend the visas of New Delhi and Mumbai bureau chiefs...
Jul 14, 2010
Foreign Policy reports on the nuclear arms race between China and India: China and India have built up a $60-billion-per-year trading relationship, and for years they’ve insisted that they want to work more closely on a...
Oct 14, 2008
Al Jazeera reports that Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistan’s president, is touring China for his first official visit to secure Chinese investments for his country and possibly discuss nuclear power. Zardari will meet with both Hu...
Sep 29, 2008
From the Times of India: MARSEILLES: Buffeted by the strong Indian reaction to its failed bid to stop the NSG [Nuclear Suppliers Group] waiver for India, China has been showing flexibility on boundary talks. Sources said the...
Aug 25, 2005
From The International Herald Tribune: India In an echo of the contemporary American strategy to contain China by augmenting India’s global stature, the Kennedy administration in 1963 pondered the feasibility of a nuclear strike against China if it attacked India for a second time, according to newly declassified audio recordings of White House deliberations. Over […]
Apr 10, 2005
From Asia Times Online: April 2005 marks the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and India. It is a major milestone for the two ancient civilizations, neighbors, and rising powers. Over the past five and half decades, the bilateral relationship has witnessed the warm “Hindi-Chini bhai-bhai” brotherhood and the famous Panch […]
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