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The 19th Party Congress has brought in some sweeping changes, but important questions remain over the economic and foreign policies of China.
The book “How India Sees The World” traces the roots of Indian quest for multipolarity in and strategic autonomy to Kautilya and Kamandaki.
Ex-foreign secretary Shyam Saran says just like in Doklam, the Chinese use small but incremental moves to exert power, and the dilemma is when to react. China is the biggest diplomatic challenge India faces today, and the recent crisis at Doklam is an example of it, according to former foreign secretary Shyam Saran. “This challenge is likely to only grow,” said Saran in conversation with ThePrint journalists Monday. Saran said in his new book, How India Sees the World, he has explained how, in emerging as a greater power in the world today, China is harking back to its rich history – in which it was a dominant and uncontested power in Asia. However, in the present global context, China’s growth as a regional power clashes with India coming to the fore. “As China’s footprint is expanding westwards and India’s footprint is expanding, particularly eastwards, it is bumping up against what China sees...