Countering digital authoritarianism requires close cooperation between Europe and its partners and allies.
Join Vijay Gokhale, Srinath Raghavan, and Rudra Chaudhuri for this special edition of our India and the World webinar series — in which the speakers unpack the emerging complexities of a fraught, and fragile, Sino-Indian relationship through a discussion on Vijay Gokhale's forthcoming paper.
China and India struggle to comprehend each other’s international ambitions. The misperceptions that follow lead to a lack of trust, border skirmishes, and potentially worse.
While India-China border disengagement is welcome news, the 2020 Galwan Valley incident has destroyed the promise of peace. What is clear is that India and China are at the cusp of entering a period of increasingly armed, markedly competitive, and ever-cautious cohabitation.
With China’s near-permanent presence in the Indian Ocean likely in this decade, and the growing rivalry with America, India has no choice but to proactively try to shape the future of the Indian Ocean in its favor.
This Clingendael Report aims to contribute to a reorientation of the EU in the broad field of economic security, in the transatlantic context and with Japan, India and Australia.
The Communist Party is putting ideological battles first.
The skirmishes between China and India along their contested border do not occur within a bubble. Beijing’s military action will have a damaging ripple effect on economic ties between the two Asian giants.
We are delighted to host a distinguished panel to discuss Ananth Krishnan's new book, ‘India's China Challenge: A Journey through China's Rise and What It Means for India,’ featuring Indrani Bagchi, M. Taylor Fravel, Srinath Raghavan, and Ananth himself; moderated by Rudra Chaudhuri.
The recent rise of China has led major powers to support India’s role as a global player — a role that it carries a deep desire for. Yet, it remains reluctant to make choices to help achieve this vision.