A number of Chinese naval warships have sailed into the East Indian Ocean this month amid a...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 9, 2018
Responding to questions about a recent claim by the exiled former President of Maldives Mohamed...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 19, 2012
Ahead of the 50th anniversary of the start of the 1962 Sino-Indian War on Saturday, The Economist visited the disputed region of Arunachal Pradesh over which it was fought. The area, sometimes known in China as “South...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 4, 2009
Vijay Sakhuja, Director (Research) at the Indian Council of World Affairs, New Delhi, writes for the Jamestown Foundation’s China Brief: The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been tirelessly working to dispel the...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 19, 2009
Somali pirates have captured a Chinese ship in the Indian Ocean, MSN reports: China’s Ministry of Transport said relevant government agencies were making efforts to rescue a hijacked Chinese bulk carrier in the Indian...
by cschultz | Apr 8, 2009
Time Magazine reports on the buildup of Chinese and Indian naval power in the Indian Ocean: (India and China) are hugely dependent on the petroleum deliveries that course through the gulfs of Aden and Hormuz to their ports....
by Xiao Qiang | Jun 7, 2008
From AP: This battered harbor town on Sri Lanka’s southern tip, with its scrawny men selling even scrawnier fish, seems an unlikely focus for an emerging international competition over energy supply routes that fuel much...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 30, 2007
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