China, also officially called as People’s Republic of China is India’s immediate neighbor and one cannot omit studying them. Our team conducts deep analysis on this country and we produce articles and issue brief. Read them below.
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the Ladakh standoff shot very much higher political tensions between the two Asian superpowers. The tension escalated as both the nation’s army began violent standoffs including armed scuffles and close-quarter un-armed combat. Both the nation engaged in clash-off on Monday which is regarded as one of the […]
The Viyug’s first Issue Brief Our first Issue Brief has been published in Amazon Kindle Store. Deep analysis on the recent India-China Ladakh Standoff has been conducted including the Galwan Valley faceoff. The analysis is consolidated into the form of booklet and has been published by the author. If you hold Kindle unlimited membership then […]
India is not China’s primary threat and South Asia is not China’s primary theater.
Conflict between these two countries would not address any key security conflicts for China. Moreover, this would only yield minimal returns and probably expose China to a two-front war with the US and India.
CHINA’S SALAMI SLICING STRATEGY AND ITS COUNTER STRATEGY BY INDIA IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH; By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke
The Viyug’s first exclusive strategy article.
HOW FRENCH HONG KONG OF THE RED SEA BECAME CHINA’S STRATEGIC CHOKE-POINT IN AFRICA; by Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke
Djibouti (nicknamed as French Hong Kong of the Red Sea due to its cosmopolitan urbanism) lies on the Bab el-Mandeb Strait (Horn of Africa) and serves as a gateway to Suez Canal which is considered as one of the world’s busiest shipping routes. Djibouti being a port at such a strategic location serves as the […]
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