AA Edit | India was forced to talk tough at SCO
The SCO meeting of foreign ministers was hardly a diplomatic success
AA Edit | ‘Most populous’ is a challenge
To become the world’s most populous nation again after three centuries is no badge of distinction
Sunanda K. Datta-Ray | Will US & China engage or confront each other?
People are clutching at the prospect of a rapprochement after last November’s Bali G-20 meeting between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping
Saeed Naqvi | As Beijing tries to broker peace deals, US firms up its alliances
The US, as yesterday’s hegemon, has woefully diminished its persuasiveness
Manish Tewari | Can India ever outdo China diplomatically?
Will we ever see our diplomacy undertaking manoeuvres of the kind China has pulled off here?
China accuses Washington of trying to block its development
President Xi Jinping accused Washington this week of trying to isolate his country and hold back its development
AA Edit | G-20 leaders must show concern for welfare of all
The difficulties of getting the leading economies to agree was made clear in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s philosophical references
China accuses US of 'bullying' with new 'illegal' sanctions
The punitive measures were seriously harming China's interests, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning
Abhijit Bhattacharyya | China’s mystery balloons: Why was West surprised?
The exponential growth in Sino-US trade gave the Dragon a spectacular opportunity to test the West and use its wealth to its own advantage
AA Edit | Beware of spies in the sky
It appears the world is suddenly looking up to scan the skies, avowedly for man made objects and shooting them down as security threats