Jagannath P. Panda

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  • Jagannath P. Panda is Research Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detail profile.

    Contemporary India–China Dynamics: From an Orthodox to an Autonomous Course?

    This review essay examines the significance of India–China relations against the background of the current phenomenon of a multipolar world in the light of four recent publications on the subject. Tien-sze Fang’s and Jeff M. Smith’s works discuss the current facets of India–China relations, while William Antholis’s and Carl J. Dahlman’s works deal with the character and standing that India and China bring to their regional and global discourse.

    July 2014

    Beijing’s APEC Call on India: A New Twist in India-China Power Politics?

    Beijing’s APEC Call on India: A New Twist in India-China Power Politics?

    While India needs to vigorously pursue its endeavour for APEC membership, it is crucial for the policymakers to comprehend the geo-political allusions of this Chinese invitation, which is linked with India-China ties as well as their balance-of-power politics in Asia-Pacific.

    August 05, 2014

    India-China Ties: Between Personalities and Principles

    India-China Ties: Between Personalities and Principles

    President Xi Jinping’s visit to India is a new opportunity for infusing momentum in the bilateral relations. Economic dealings would be one aspect of the talks; but neither country can afford to bypass the sensitive security and strategic issues that dog their efforts to bring peace and stability.

    September 05, 2014

    India-China Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED): Progress and Prognosis

    This work reviews the significance and progress of Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) in India-China relations. But addressing macroeconomic subject matters that concern the two countries’ strategic interests requires methodological deliberations that must be balanced and nuanced. The SED needs to be upgraded to a level of equal deliberation mechanism, where Beijing must address India’s economic and strategic concerns.

    April 03, 2014

    Factoring the RCEP and the TPP: China, India and the Politics of Regional Integration

    The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are not necessarily two contending trade liberalising models, but their import and arrival have posed stiff political challenges for many countries, including China and India, Asia’s two heavyweights. With these two initiatives, the regional trade of Asia is entering an interesting phase of liberalisation and integration.

    January 2014

    China's Tryst with IORA: What Does it Mean for India?

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    February 14, 2014
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    BRICS and the China-India Construct: A New World Order In Making?

    BRICS and the China-India Construct: A New World Order In Making?

    The monograph portrays to understand and contribute to the strategic analyses of foreign, security and economic policy issues that are attached to the rise of BRICS. This is not only a study about BRICS per se; but is also about China and India, the two most vital powers of this grouping. This study has been written in Indian context, and has tried to delve into the China-India course within BRICS.

    2013

    China-India Joint Military Drill: Time for a Review

    Joint military exercises hold strategic relevance but India must consider seriously that despite the Annual Defence Dialogue mechanism and joint training exercises, incursions in the border regions have increased over the years.

    September 02, 2013

    Sino-ASEAN Strategic Partnership: The Missing Trust

    The China-ASEAN strategic partnership marked its 10th year recently but given China’s maritime assertiveness in South China Sea, mistrust remains between China and ASEAN, prompting many to review China’s rise.

    August 07, 2013

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