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Deng Xiaoping advocated a low

ping advocated a low-profile foreign Deng Xiaoping advocated a low-profile foreign policy for China. Doklam shows tat era is over. Current News India, 1 month ago

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Modern Samurais

These 10 global leaders are going to change the world like never before, carrying with them varying degrees of verve, aplomb, pizazz and dynamism DONALD TRUMP US president Donald Trump is not the most articulate world leader, but when he uses tough words, the ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago

China tames 'grey rhinos' after foreign shopping sprees

"Grey rhinos" have become a hunted species in China, where government regulators are clamping down on powerful private conglomerates amid fears they are racking up dangerous debt levels. Coined by an American policy analyst, the rhino reference points to ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Why 2017 is not 1962

The bogey of the 1962 defeat must be laid to rest with a finality that is unquestionable.The myth of Chinese invincibility is a tall tale that belongs to an era gone by, argues Vivek Gumaste. China appears to have taken its symbolic representation as a scary, fire-breathing dragon a tad too seriously, full of the the belief that the moment it arches its body upright and spews verbal tinder, its neighbours including India will cower in fear and do its bidding. The incessant and frenzied ...
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'To have a war or not is in Chinese hands'

'India is a huge market for Chinese goods. I don't think a war stands to logic when you have economic compulsions, but then Chinese are known to do illogical things.' What is China up to? Does it really want a war with India? Can China ignore the huge Indian market for Chinese products? Is it just tough Chinese posturing? Colonel R Hariharan (retd), a retired Military Intelligence specialist on South Asia who had served with the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka as head of intelligence, ...
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‘Not Doklam alone. China may make moves in Arunachal and Andamans’

As the impasse continues at the India-Bhutan-China tri-junction, India keeps insisting on a dialogue, but Beijing has limited the scope for diplomatic negotiation after repeated threats. The impression it has conveyed is that it would be unwise to expect ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Dark clouds over HK

On July 1, it was 20 years since the former British colony of Hong Kong returned to China. The celebrations of this historical event were presided over by Chinese president Xi Jinping. While security forces made sure that the Chinese guests did not encounter ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Dragon Days are here

This is a very crucial year for the People’s Republic of China. In autumn the Communist Party of China (CPC) will hold its 19th national party congress. At the center of the big event that happens every five years are major personnel decisions that ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Chairman Wu charts roller-coaster ride for Waldorf-owner Anbang

By Matthew Miller BEIJING (Reuters) - Founded as a provincial auto insurer, Anbang Insurance burst from obscurity with a $2 billion bid for New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in 2014, casting the company and its ambitious chairman as flagbearers for a new breed ...
 Sify2 months ago China's Anbang says chairman steps aside, after report of his arrest  Sify2 months ago
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Xi Jinping's war on corruption angers China's leaders

The Chinese Communist Party's all important 19th Party Congress is just months away, and President Xi Jinping finds himself confronting unlikely challenges to his pre-eminent position, says former RA&W officer and China watcher Jayadeva Ranade. IMAGE: Chinese President Xi Jinping with former Chinese president Jiang Zemin at a military parade in Beijing, September 3, 2015. Photograph: Wang Zhao/ReutersForces opposed to Xi have gathered around Jiang, who despite being 90 is still apparently ...
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