Gunjan Singh

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  • Gunjan Singh is Research Assistant at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile

    The Rights and Wrongs of China’s Aid Policy

    While energy interests and the promotion of One-China Policy are the main drivers of Chinese aid, the white paper can also be read as a projection of China’s new position in the international order.

    May 04, 2011

    India and China - Neighbours, Strangers by Ira Pande

    (ed.), HarperCollins, India 2010, Rs. 699, ISBN 978-81-72223-960-2

    March 2011

    China’s Worried Response to the Uprisings in the Middle East

    The success of popular movements in the Middle East has raised the apprehensions of the Chinese Communist Party, which has been reminded of its own weakness.

    February 25, 2011

    NASA Engaging China

    NASA Administrator Charles Bolden visited Beijing on October 16 – 21 to discuss cooperation in manned space flight. While one swallow does not make a summer, it may signal that the US may be considering greater engagement with China in outer space, particularly manned flight.

    October 29, 2010

    China Africa Relations: New Terms of Engagement

    South African President Jacob Zuma has affirmed the mutually beneficial economic relationship between China and Africa, including with his country, notwithstanding the negative sides to this relationship. It is clear that China’s role in Africa is changing the terms of engagement with the region. That is perhaps the biggest challenge for India and the rest of the world in their future Africa strategy.

    September 09, 2010

    Ravi Vohra and P.K. Ghosh (Ed), China and the Indian Ocean Region

    This book is based on an International Seminar organized by the National Maritime Foundation titled “China and the Indian Ocean Region. The book has ten chapters which cover a number of aspects related to the security and politics involved in the Indian Ocean region. The papers in the book highlight the fact that the Chinese undertakings vis-à-vis the Indian Ocean is primarily aimed at securing the sea lanes of commerce. Today China is heavily depended on the import of its energy and resources in order to run the economy. The major route of this transport runs through the Malacca Strait.

    April 2010

    Pentagon Report on China: Assessment or Exaggeration?

    Even though the report is fairly cautious in what it says and does not highlight anything new, the reactions on the Chinese side have not been that positive.

    August 26, 2010

    Chinese Foreign Policy: An Introduction by Marc Lanteigne

    Chinese Foreign Policy: An Introduction by Marc Lanteigne
    Routledge, London, 2009, pp. xii + 163, $39.95, ISBN 9780415465236

    May 2010