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India Raises its Game vs. China (Asia Sentinel)

Written by Neeta Lal Army to be enlarged, cruise missiles point over the border, fighter jets on order The Indian Ministry of Defense’s clearance for a US$13-billion military modernization plan – the country’s most ambitious one-time military expansion ever – is causing ripples in global diplomatic circles. Described as India’s largest increase in deployment along … Continue reading

Angry China can’t stop ONGC’s Vietnam hunt (Financial Express)

New Delhi: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) plans to pursue exploration and production activities in the South China Sea despite Chinese opposition, CMD Sudhir Vasudeva said. Chinese officials and media have recently voiced protests against ONGC’s plan to develop oil blocks in the South China Sea allocated to it by Vietnam. “The South China … Continue reading

The Balancing Force (Outlook India)

China’s growing power and muscle-flexing vis-à-vis its neighbours have now resulted in a regional balancing effort. Earlier this month presidents of China’s southern neighbours, Myanmar and Vietnam, made official visits to India – as much recognition of India’s growing economic and political heft as acknowledgement that India is a good bet as they seek strategic … Continue reading

Wary of China, Its Southern Neighbors Court India (YaleGlobal )

China’s rapid ascent, along with the flexing of its muscles, has worried neighbors. They chafe at becoming too dependent, and a loose, yet perceptible balancing coalition aimed at curbing China has emerged. With the United States reorganizing its own priorities, India is viewed as an ideal partner for providing strategic balancing, explains Harsh V. Pant, … Continue reading

Chinese Official Media: China-India Cooperation Is Essential, But India’s Military Border Build Up Poses Problems – Analysis (Eurasia Review)

By D. S. Rajan Coming to notice in the recent period is an authoritative Chinese language media comment, strongly supporting the maintenance of peace and stability along the Sino-Indian border and justifying the need for the People’s Republic of China(PRC) to avoid hostilities and seek cooperation with India, but raising at the same time the … Continue reading

India, China to hold border talks in November, Vietnam on agenda (IANS)

New Delhi, Oct 28 (IANS) With India’s energy exploitation bid in the South China Sea threatening to cast a fresh shadow on bilateral ties, India and China will hold the 15th round of boundary talks here next month that could also see the sealing of a joint border mechanism between them. The Special Representatives of … Continue reading

New Delhi tries to snap Beijing’s string of pearls (Times of India)

NEW DELHI: India successfully played host last week to presidents of both Vietnam and Myanmar, two nations which lie at the heart of India’s Look East policy. For a country where many seem obsessed with China’s string-of-pearls strategy to encircle, ipso facto, contain India, this was nothing short of a geostrategic coup. While these developments … Continue reading

Vietnam, Myanmar foster ties with India, illustrating the art of balancing relations with great powers (openDemocracy)

by Radu Nikolaus Botez The presidents of Vietnam and Myanmar visit New Delhi to strengthen cooperation with India. Kenya launches military operations against al-Shabab in Somalia following the kidnapping of aid workers. The US sends advisors to help fight the Lord’s Resistance Army, and a recent poll reveals the Afghan population’s perception of the situation … Continue reading

Three great powers (Asia News Network)

The global focus on South Asia and the Indian Ocean has increased. That’s both good and bad news for us in the region. South Asia is home to India, an emerging world power. China, another world power, has its stakes in the region too. And the US, the dominant world power for the past century, … Continue reading

The China Big Picture (Observer Research Foundation)

by Tridivesh Singh Maini A few months ago, I wrote about the Indian ’truck’ and the Chinese ’Ferrari,’ and argued that the media in and outside India wastes too much time focusing on India-China rivalry. Indeed, many in the Indian establishment, including Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, have openly rubbished the idea that India and … Continue reading

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