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Prashant Kumar Singh

Prashant Kumar Singh is Associate Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi.

The Second India-China SED

November 30, 2012

The SED is an important forum that can render valuable service to the cause of greater economic cooperation and work like an effective confidence building measure.

What the Chinese White Paper Says on Diao Yu Dao? An Opportunity to Revisit the Issue

October 10, 2012

This Issue Brief presents the historical and legal debate surrounding the dispute and in the process underscores the inconsistencies and weaknesses in the Chinese claims.

Towards A New Asian Order

Towards A New Asian Order

Publication: Shipra Publications
ISBN : 978-81-7541-615-4

The volume contains contributions by leading Asian analysts and Asia watchers on the theme of prospects for Asian integration. It discusses regionalism at the continental level and investigates overarching trends. It focuses on Asia's 'rise' and the key factors shaping the Asian regional order. The volume also provides valuable perspectives on Asia's sub-regions. Another salient feature of this volume is its coverage of increasingly significant non-traditional issues in the Asian context.

China's ‘Military Diplomacy’: Investigating PLA's Participation in UN Peacekeeping Operations

September 2011

The central focus of this article is to understand the evolution of the Chinese People's Liberation Army's engagement with UN peacekeeping operations in the light of China's military diplomacy. The article underlines that the PLA works as a foreign policy instrument in UN peacekeeping operations and furthers China's foreign policy agenda in many ways.

Decoding the Dalai Lama’s Political Retirement

March 14, 2011

By devolving political functions to an elected leader, the Dalai Lama is guaranteeing the self-sustainability of the Tibet Movement.

Revisiting China’s Kashmir Policy

November 01, 2010

China’s moves concerning Kashmir evoke apprehension regarding retrogressive changes in its Kashmir policy, designed to give it a hold over India. The best case scenario for China is that the Kashmir issue is never resolved; and if this issue inches towards any kind of resolution, that China should be considered a party to the Kashmir dispute.

Reflections on the Award of the Nobel Peace Prize to Liu Xiaobo

October 13, 2010

Since this is the first time that a Han Chinese citizen has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his anti-government stand, Beijing’s nervousness is understandable.