Mukul Sanwal

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  • Mukul Sanwal is Ex civil servant and diplomat.

    China’s One-Road-One Belt Initiative: A New Model of Global Governance

    China’s One-Road-One Belt Initiative: A New Model of Global Governance

    India should seek to ‘redefine’ OROB to add a strong component for a ‘Digital Asia’, as that is where our comparative advantage lies, and for Asian connectivity to have two nodes, in China and in India, as has been the case throughout history.

    September 29, 2016

    Asian-African Century with Two Centres of Gravity: Reconciling the Potential of India with China, Already a Peer of the US

    While China and the United States (US) have recognised the strategic significance of the re-emergence of Asia, India has yet to see itself as one of the two centres of gravity in Asia, as has been the case throughout civilisation, having close trade links with Africa.

    March 2016

    China as a Peer of the United States: Implications of the Joint Statement of September 25, 2015

    China as a Peer of the United States: Implications of the Joint Statement of September 25, 2015

    China is emerging as a peer and partner of the United States in international affairs. India’s response should be to work with China to make the ‘Asian Century’ a reality and shape the future global agenda.

    October 01, 2015

    Geo-economic Significance of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

    Geo-economic Significance of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

    India needs to shape the nature and scope of the projects the bank will finance to support the Asian Century and its own re-emergence as one of the two centres of gravity in Asia.

    March 30, 2015

    XI’s visit and the boundary issues

    XI’s visit and the boundary issues

    In the Chinese mind the settlement of the border issue with India cannot be divorced from regional, political and larger strategic issues. China has used the threat of intrusions across the LAC, as a part of its coercive diplomacy and it is too valuable an asset to give up.

    September 24, 2014

    India and China: Ready to Meet Halfway

    India and China: Ready to Meet Halfway

    Can the two leaders go further and recognize the regional strategic interests of each other in the Pacific and the Indian Oceans? What about full support for India’s membership of the Security with the two countries working together in that forum?

    September 22, 2014

    Settling differences with China

    A re-look of the intentions of the Chinese is important because according to long-term economic trends around 2030 Asia will be the world’s powerhouse just as it was prior to 1800. China is expected to surpass the US by 2016 to become the largest economy, and India’s GDP is expected to exceed that of the US by 2060.

    May 07, 2014

    Why is the UN Security Council Discussing Climate Change?

    The G8, Pakistan and the Pacific island states have pushed for a discussion in the United Nations (UN) Security Council on the security dimensions of climate change. As the issue gains momentum at the global and regional levels, India as an emerging power that continues to use energy and other natural resources, at the cost of stressing other countries, particularly its neighbours, will need to formulate a response.

    November 2013

    India and China: Strategic partners in global governance reform

    Changing the political relationship between two rising powers requires that both countries use the opportunity provided by their shared interest in global governance reform to develop close cooperation.

    May 16, 2013

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