Mukul Sanwal

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  • Mukul Sanwal is Ex civil servant and diplomat.

    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

    BRICS and Stepping Stones: A New Global Pattern

    A global vision based on sustainable resource use for global prosperity can also overcome trust deficit within the BRICS grouping.

    April 12, 2013

    The 50th Anniversary of the Border Conflict With China: A Strategic Analysis

    The 1962 border conflict moulded our security and strategic thinking into a defensive mindset, and its 50th anniversary is an appropriate time to review those lessons as we seek our place in the new multi-polar world.

    October 19, 2012

    Time to Take Up Demarcation of the India-China Border

    This is an appropriate time for a bi-partisan group to be established to bring out the facts related to the northern borders, and suggest the contours of a deal with China.

    June 11, 2012

    BRICS Now Matter In The Changing Global World Order

    With economic growth and the political centre of gravity continuing to shift, BRICS already have a major role in dealing with transnational challenges, with power sharing institutionalised in the international architecture through the G20.

    April 16, 2012


    The Dialogue was featured in prime time on the Chinese State-run TV channel, with the comment of the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao that it had achieved “positive results”.

    November 17, 2011