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In ‘India's China Challenge’, Ananth Krishnan writes about Xi Jinping’s sweeping military reforms, and the complex relationship between the Communist Party and the PLA.
In episode 574 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta tries to understand Chinese President Xi Jinping's motivations behind the Ladakh standoff by decoding Beijing's military strategies.
Indian troops have disrupted the status quo and the Chinese don’t like it. And that’s what the ongoing talks in Chushul-Moldo are all about.
PM Modi and Chinese President Xi need a face-saver arrangement to ensure they are not seen as weak when they initiate total de-escalation and disengagement.
The pomp-filled show saw none of the participants, including Xi, wear masks and the president shook hands with several people, a striking display of China’s progress.
Vladimir Putin is perhaps the only world leader today who can pick up the phone and talk to Xi Jinping. Delhi couldn't have chosen a better time to reach out to Moscow.
Instead of focusing on China's failing economy, Xi's strategy is to challenge the strongest global player (the US) and the strongest regional adversary (India).
Xi also spoke of 'sinicisation' of Tibetan Buddhism, which broadly refers to bringing non-Chinese communities under the Chinese culture & political system pursued by the CPC.
Hitler felt if he did not move fast, the allies would become powerful. Perhaps China feels the need to move fast before their population goes into decline.
President Xi Jinping said he will strengthen legislation, supervision and long-term mechanisms to tackle the problem. Food prices in China climbed about 10% in July from a year earlier.