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The world will be waiting as China and Japan meet on Friday

Japan could push China toward policies that support global norms of economic and diplomatic cooperation.
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China’s superpower potential could fizzle out before it’s fully realised

Measuring China's growth through a Western rubric is proving inadequate for a country that wants to be "anything but America". 
U.S. President Donald Trump signs an executive order to end family separations at the border

Trump ends border separation of families, and a transatlantic trade war brews

Nepal and China $2.4 billion agreements and Hungary makes it illegal to help migrants.
PM Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping met in Wuhan in April, 2018 | @PMO/Twitter

PM Modi meets Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of SCO summit

Modi and Xi are expected to explore ways to deepen ties in areas of trade and investment besides reviewing the overall bilateral cooperation.
President Xi Jinping and PM Narendra Modi

In between lakeside lunches, Modi should tell Xi that India wants peace on the border

India has objected to CPEC passing through POK. China will have to reciprocate our stand on ‘One China’ policy and terminate CPEC project.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Xi Jinping, President of China in Wuhan

Modi-Xi bhai bhai does not mean Hindi-Chini bhai bhai

In a world increasingly enamoured of strongman leaders, the length of a bear hug between Modi and Xi seems to count for more than the number of agreements signed.

Plugged-In: Govt snubs Supreme Court, and a bilateral stroll for Modi & Xi

Plugged-In from ThePrint is a feature that sifts through the mountain of content and explains the big headlines and commentary from across media — briefly, intelligently. A one-stop quick-read put together by the best minds in the business for the news junkie on the go.
File photo of Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi.

Can China & India’s bilateral talks overcome current conflict and competition?

The 'informal meeting' does not necessarily lead to a joint statement at Wuhan, but the primary risk here is if the expectations are high and the actual deliverables insignificant.
Xi Jinping’s second term in China: What it could mean for India and the world

Global Pulse: Xi now paints China as the opposite of protectionist USA

Venezuela is struggling to provide its citizens even necessities like power and water. At Boao, Chinese President Xi paints China as the new flag bearer of free trade and liberalization. Southeast Asia is now tackling fake news-using questionable methods.
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China’s Xi pledges greater openness amid Trump trade dispute

The speech -- marking 40 years after the first economic reforms transformed China -- was being closely watched after Trump’s plan to hit hundreds of Chinese products with duties.

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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat speaks at the book release of 'Gandhi Ko Samajhney Ka Yahi Samay' in New Delhi on 17 February 2020 | Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Listen to Mohan Bhagwat’s Dussehra speech. You won’t say RSS lacks intellectual bandwidth

Mainstream Indian media used to denigrate and ridicule RSS. But it is now publishing its chief Mohan Bhagwat’s statements as front-page news.

Iraq PM Mustafa al-Kadhimi bets big on economic reforms

Kadhimi's govt is pushing a soup-to-nuts overhaul in the next three to five years. The path of least resistance would have been to wait until the general election next summer.


Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh meets his US counterpart Mark Esper at his office in South Block Monday | Twitter | @rajnathsingh

India & US agree on deeper cooperation in Indo-Pacific as Rajnath meets Mark Esper

The hour-long meeting between Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his US counterpart Mark Esper came a day before the bilateral 2+2 ministerial dialogue in Delhi.
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Trump or Biden? Doesn’t matter to India-US ties as they’re in a full, strategic embrace

Pompeo & Esper’s visit to India for the 2+2 talks is proof that old hypocrisies are history, and supreme national interest has again driven a strategic choice.