‘Regional war’ remark warning to US: Chinese delegation Delegates call India-China boundary dispute a ‘complicated problem’, and that it required the creation of more favourable conditions for it to be solved

Elizabeth Roche
LiveMint
September 27, 2014

New Delhi: Recent remarks by Chinese president Xi Jinping that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) should be prepared for “a regional war” was not directed (more…)

Border dispute with India now part of China’s ‘core national interests’

Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury
Economic Times Bureau
September 26, 2014

NEW DELHI: China’s incursion in Ladakh is part of Beijing’s strategy to transgress into India after it included the border dispute with (more…)

Dazed and Confucian: The Communist Party Looks Backward

China realtime

Nearly two years into his tenure as China’s leader, President Xi Jinping has yet to expound on a clear notion of what the Communist Party should stand for as a whole or what direction the (more…)

Modi using Tibet against China in border dispute: Duowei

Want China Times
Staff Reporter
2014-09-26

President Xi Jinping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Sept. 18. (Photo/Xinhua)

India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, has made Tibet a major (more…)

Senior PLA officers vow to embrace Deng’s legacy

Xinhua
August 22, 2014

BEIJING, Aug. 22 — Senior officers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have called for embracing late leader Deng Xiaoping’s political legacy and building strong armed forces.

A (more…)

Independence referendums troubling for China

Want China Times
September 18, 2014

Li Keqiang with British prime minister David Cameron in London on June 17, 2014. (Photo/Xinhua)

The independence referendum in Scotland on Thursday and the prospect (more…)

China to open new route for Indian pilgrims to Tibet

Xinhua
September 18, 2014

China will open a new route via the Himalayan Nathu La Pass for Indian pilgrims travelling to Tibet, visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping said here Thursday.

The Nathu La Pass (more…)

Xi Jinping: China’s “Game Changer”?

Richard Javad Heydarian
Tweet
September 16, 2014

China’s new leader is certainly making waves. Could he calm waters in the South China Sea?

The ascent of Xi Jinping, beginning in late-2012, to the (more…)

Chinese President Xi Jinping

Since formally establishing diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China in 1950, Indo-China relations have been rather volatile, lacking in confidence, with long-standing and unresolved territorial (more…)

With eye on China, India all set to develop roads and military facilities along the disputed border

IBN Live
September 16, 2014

New Delhi: India has eased restrictions on building roads and military facilities along its disputed border with China, as the new government seeks to close the gap on its (more…)