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What Delhi must do to make sure it isn’t caught off-guard by China again

The nation heaved a collective sigh of relief as the Indian and Chinese armies commenced a process of “synchronised and verifiable disengagement” on banks of the Pangong Tso in eastern Ladakh. This mutual climbdown came after 10 months of a tense and sanguinary armed confrontation, …

India’s firmness, Xi Jinping’s political goals, explain fcolumn

A great deal has already been written by Indian experts on the decision by the Indian Army and the People’s Liberation Army to “disengage” in Ladakh, starting from the vicinity of the Pangong Tso. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stated in Parliament: “As a result of …

The China spectre | The Indian Express

Written by Ameya Pratap Singh Even as disengagement begins in Pangong Tso, Eastern Ladakh, it is important to reconsider the nature of diplomatic options India has relied on to resolve the on-going border stand-off with China, and uncover what this tells us about the shifts …

Standing at ease | The Indian Express

After 10 months of a tense standoff at the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh, an agreement between India and China for an initial disengagement of troops from forward areas in the north and south banks of Pangong Tso area should enable both sides …

Playing the Taiwan card | The Indian Express

Written by Pranay Shome The standoff at the Ladakh border between the Indian Army and the PLA (People’s Liberation Army) continues amid failing talks and casus belli measures being unleashed by the Chinese regime. While the Union government and the armed forces make it clear …