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India can resist China by acting in concert with its adversaries

At an emergency cabinet meeting, the Prime Minister indicated that the border fighting did not constitute a threat to India. The strategic Chinese threat, he maintained, lies in the rapidly increasing industrial power base of China as well as the...

The global upheaval caused by China’s premature power games

As a sign of its arrival as a major power, global developments this decade have largely been shaped by China’s acts of commission and omission, and by the world’s response to it. Although Beijing’s exercises of power took a sharper...

Power is the only currency that will work in dealing with China

In January 2016, Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China—a position that outranks his commonly used job title of president—made an important speech assessing the global situation. China, in his view, was faced with “three unprecedented situations”...

Anupam Manur in an ET Now TV panel discussion on India’s dependence on Chinese products

Anupam Manur, Assistant Professor, Takshashila Institution appeared in a panel discussion on reducing Indian dependence on Chinese goods in the wake of heightened geopolitical tensions at the border. Manur argued that tariffs, duties, or outright bans can hurt Indian citizens...

Anupam Manur quoted in Hindustan Times about boycotting Chinese goods

Anupam Manur, assistant professor at Takshashila Institution, was quoted in an article in Hindustan Times by Rajeev Jayaswal, Rahul Singh, and Rezaul H Laskar on the subject of Chinese goods and investment in India. Manur said “As much as the...

Anupam Manur quoted in Hindustan Times on fall in GST revenue

Anupam Manur was quoted in an article by Rahul Jayaswal, Senior editor of Hindustan Times on the massive fall in GST revenue and diesel consumption. “The lockdown allowed the production, distribution, and sale of only essential items, a lot of...

Anupam Manur quoted in Hindustan Times on India’s SPR

Anupam Manur was quoted in an article by Rahul Jayaswal, Senior editor of Hindustan Times on India’s buildup of oil reserves. He said “Filling up the existing storage capacity in our refineries and underground caverns were low-hanging fruit and fortunately,...

Eye on China: LAC Talks – Propaganda Offensive – Covid White Paper – Merkel’s Balance – HK & Economy

Eye on China is a weekly bulletin offering news and analysis related to the Middle Kingdom from an Indian interests perspective. I. India-China Ties Let’s Talk: Two sets of talks this week marked the next phase of the standoff between India...

Manoj Kewalramani discusses India-China border tensions on The Quint’s podcast

Manoj Kewalramani, Fellow-China Studies at The Takshashila Institution, was interviewed on The Quint‘s podcast, The Big Story, discussing the recent India-China border tensions in Ladakh. Listen to the full Hindi episode here. The English version of the episode is available...

How India can end Chinese transgressions: Take conflict to a place Beijing is worried about

How should India respond to another surge in Chinese transgressions at several places along our Himalayan frontiers? Over the past 15 years or so, strategic analysts have recommended two diametrically opposite approaches. The first, advocated by sober defence traditionalists and by hawks,...
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