ISSUE/POLICY BRIEFS & REPORTS

RESETTING OF THE INDIA-CHINA BILATERAL RELATIONSHIP
In a backdrop of unsettled global geopolitical equations and absence of a single dominant world power willing to exercise its influence to prevent the unilateral alteration of the established status quo in the Indo-Pacific region, India-China relations are presently at a crucial stage. Competition for strategic space between the two has been increasing as a ‘rising’ China tries to expand its military, economic and diplomatic influence across South Asia and the Indo-Pacific. The emergence simultaneously of strong leaders in Japan and India each with an articulated vision for his country has, however, made clear that they would be unwilling to acquiesce to China’s dominance. Sino-Indian tensions have predictably increased as both countries are trying to find new accommodations to reset the relationship.

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
(Published in the book 'Making of New India: Transformation under Modi Government' published on 27 November 2018)

IS XI JINPING REALLY AS POWERFUL AS HIS IMAGE SUGGESTS?
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s appointment to China’s three top posts, of General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) and China’s President, for the first time simultaneously in thirty years clearly indicated the strong support he received from the Party’s veteran and senior cadres. Since his appointment to these three posts at the 18th Party Congress in November 2012, within a short span of five years Xi Jinping concentrated unprecedented power and sought to build himself an image virtually on par with Mao Zedong. Today, he heads fifteen Central Small Leading Groups – the most powerful decision making bodies in communist China. Amidst speculation that Xi Jinping may have stepped beyond the mandate initially given to him – of restoring the CCP’s legitimacy as the sole ruling party and promoting Party ideology -- recent events suggest that Xi Jinping has perhaps begun going beyond that.

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
(Published in Defence and Diplomacy, VOL. 7, No. 4, July-Sept 2018)

CHINESE STATE COUNCILLOR AND PUBLIC SECURITY MINISTER ZHAO KEZHI’S VISIT YIELDS LITTLE TANGIBLE
Chinese State Councillor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi arrived in India on October 22,for visits to Delhi and Mumbai at the head of a 20-member security delegation. It included 13 officials of China’s Ministry of Public Security (MPS) and 3 from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). He later travelled to Bangladesh where too he had high-level meetings including with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.India and Bangladesh are both, coincidentally, headed into national elections in the coming months.

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Oct 2018

THE US-CHINA TRADE WAR: A STRATEGIC MOVE
Major changes in the international geo-political landscape, anticipated since the global economic downturn in 2008, are now beginning to occur. The Sino-US relationship, one of the world’s most important in the past nearly four decades, is undergoing fundamental change with US President Donald Trump translating into action the apprehensions of the US establishment about China’s rise and potential challenge to US primacy. He is the first US President since Nixon to begin altering the nature of US relations with China.

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Sep 2018

TIBET IS RECEIVING HIGHER PRIORITY IN RECENT MONTHS
High level cadres of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) do not often travel outside Beijing unless it is to ‘Red Revolutionary’ historical sites or because of a natural calamity or an important event or meeting. The visits, therefore, in the short span of a month by the second and fourth ranking members of the CCP’s Politburo Standing Committee (PBSC) – two among the seven who ‘rule’ the People’s Republic of China – are unusual and significant. At the least it suggests that the top echelon of the CCP is according new, enhanced priority to the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited TAR in July while Wang Yang, PBSC member and Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) which China’s minority nationalities affairs and religious activities, travelled there a month later in August 2018.

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Sep 2018

COMPOSITION AND IMPLICATIONS OF CHINESE DEFENCE MINISTER WEI FENGHE’S VISIT TO INDIA
India and China have planned to exchange a few important visits in the remaining months of this year. An Army Commander from India is scheduled to travel to China in a few weeks, the first visit by an Army Commander since 2015, followed by National Security Advisor Doval and possibly another high level visit. Chinese Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe, who was on a 4-day visit to India from August 21, is the first of the important visitors from China. He is to be followed in a couple of months by China’s Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi, who has worked closely with one of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s closest associates and current right hand man Li Zhangshu.

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Aug 2018

CHINA'S MARITIME CHALLENGE IN THE INDO-PACIFIC
With the status quo under challenge and competition for strategic space intensifying, especially among the major regional powers in the Indo-Pacific, the region has seen an increase in tensions. China’s ‘rise’ has fuelled its ambition to become a global power. The perceived decline of the US, its reduced interest in the region and its reluctance to back even treaty allies, like Japan and the Philippines, has encouraged China and exacerbated the situation.
(This article was first published by VIF on 22 May, 2018 and can be accessed on the link http://www.vifindia.org/2018/may/22/china-s-maritime-challenges-in-the-indo-pacific)

Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
May 2018

PEOPLE'S LIBERATION ARMY (PLA) AND PEOPLE'S ARMED POLICE (PAP) DEPUTIES TO CHINA’S THIRTEENTH NATIONAL PEOPLE'S
Chen Min’er, Politburo member and recently appointed Party Secretary of the centrally administered Chongqing Municipality, said on the sidelines of the NPC session on March 6, 2018, that investigating former Politburo members Bo Xilai and Sun Zhengcai had removed "major political hidden dangers for the party" and that "They both are the source of the pollution of the political ecology, and they massively harmed Chongqing's officials."
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Mar 2018

XI JINPING PREPARES TO LEAD CHINA INTO NEW THIRTY YEAR ERA
Last week there was a major, though anticipated, development in China’s internal politics with the announcement that term limits on the posts of China’s President and Vice President would be abolished. Removing the limitation on these tenures establishes Xi Jinping’s pre-eminent stature and allows him to continue interminably subject to his health.
The decision potentially has immense implications and long-term repercussions.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Mar 2018

SITUATION IN MALDIVES COULD POTENTIALLY FURTHER RAISE INDIA-CHINA TENSIONS
The political uncertainty and social instability in the Indian Ocean archipelago of the Maldives has the potential to increase tensions between India and China. Since its independence in 1966, when India was the first country to recognise it, the Maldives has been perceived as within India’s sphere of influence and sought and received India’s assistance in times of dire need.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Feb 2018

DISTANCING THE PLA FROM POLITICS – REPRESENTATIVES IN CCP STANDING COMMITTEES
From 2015, PLA officers began being removed from the Provincial Party Standing Committees. Indications are now surfacing that this policy is under review and possibly being reversed. A major reversal in this policy has, however, become evident from December 2017 since when PLA officers have begun being brought back into the Provincial Party Standing Committees.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Jan 2018

DIFFERENT FACETS OF THE DOKLAM FACE-OFF: AN OVERVIEW
The 73-day face-off between India and China at Doklam that ended on August 28, 2017 marks an important juncture in India-China relations. The nature of the military deployments, kind of Chinese propaganda offensive not witnessed in over 40 years, and actions of the Chinese Foreign Ministry and Chinese Embassy in New Delhi, set it apart from earlier stand-offs.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Dec 2017

ANALYSIS OF CHINA’S 19TH PARTY CONGRESS
Already holding over fourteen formal positions -- more than any other CCP leader so far – CCP CC General Secretary Xi Jinping has, as anticipated, emerged considerably stronger from this Congress. By skilful use of the sustained anti-corruption campaign he has eliminated opposition in the Party and military and drastically reduced the influence wielded by his predecessor once removed, Jiang Zemin. In September 2017, China’s official media publicised that more than 176 CCP cadres equivalent to the rank of central Vice Minister and above had been dismissed and arrested for corruption and that more than 14,000 officers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had been similarly dismissed. At least 120 officers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of and above the rank of Major General have been dismissed and retired.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Nov 2017

FULL MEMBERS OF 19TH CENTRAL COMMITTEE
丁晓光 Ding Xiaoguang
丁来杭 Ding Laihang
丁学东 Ding Xuedong
丁薛祥 Ding Xuexiang
于伟国 Yu Weiguo ....
CHINA'S 19th PARTY CONGRESS INDICATES NO CHANGE IN CHINA'S POLICY TOWARDS TIBET
The week long (October 18-24, 2017) 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which was held in Beijing, concluded as anticipated with Xi Jinping emerging considerably stronger. For those watching the Congress for clues as to Xi Jinping’s policies towards China’s ethnic minorities and especially Tibet and Xinjiang, however, there appears little prospect of any relaxation of controls. An indication was the sharp drop in the number of ethnic minority cadres elected to the new 19th Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee (CC).
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Oct 2017

Alternate members of 19th central committee
1. Ma Zhengwu
2. Ma Weiming(Old)
3. Ma Guoqiang(Hui ethnic group)
4. Wang Ning(Fujian)(Old)
5. Wang Yongkang
6. Wang Weizhong
7. Wang Xudong
8. Wang Xiubin ...
CHINA’S 19th PARTY CONGRESS: NEW LEADERS TO STEER CHINA TO THE CHINA DREAM
The week long (October 18-24, 2017) 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which was held in Beijing, concluded as anticipated with Xi Jinping emerging considerably stronger. His contribution to Chinese communist ideology was recognised and unanimously approved for incorporation into the Party Constitution as ‘Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese characteristics for a New Era’. He is the first CCP leader to have his contribution, attached to his name, enshrined in the Party Constitution while still alive. This places it next in heft to those of Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, especially with the Chinese media already having begun to headline it as “Xi Jinping Thought”!
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Oct 2017

INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF XI JINPING’S WORK REPORT AT 19TH PARTY CONGRESS
The crucial 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) opened in Beijing on October 18, 2017, amidst stringent security restrictions in Beijing and other major cities in China. Nearly a thousand foreign reporters from 130 countries are reported to be covering the Congress. The Congress was preceded by other important meetings, namely the 7th and last Plenum of the 18th CCP Central Committee (CC), and of the Party’s powerful anti-corruption body the Central Discipline Inspection Commission (CDIC) chaired by Xi Jinping’s close associate and Politburo Standing Committee member, Wang Qishan.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Oct 2017

INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF XI JINPING’S WORK REPORT AT 19TH PARTY CONGRESS
The 19th Party Congress, crucial for Xi Jinping achieving his agenda for ‘national rejuvenation’, opened on October 18, 2017, amidst stringent security in Beijing and other major Chinese cities including the autonomous regions of Tibet and Xinjiang.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Oct 2017

PLA's 253 DELEGATES FOR THE 19TH PARTY CONGRESS
On September 6, 2017, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and People's Armed Police Force (PAPF) announced that they had elected a total of 303 Delegates to the 19th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The PLA elected 253 Delegates to represent it at the 19th Party Congress, which will open in Beijing on October 18, 2017. A list identifying the 253 individuals together with almost all their designations is appended.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Sep 2017

BRIEF ANALYSIS OF CHINESE PROPAGANDA DURING INDIA-CHINA FACE-OFF AT DOKLUM
An analysis of China’s propaganda effort and its state-owned media’s coverage between June 16 and August 1, 2017, during the ongoing face-off between Indian and Chinese troops on the Doklum Plateau, yields some interesting insights.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Aug 2017

CHINA : DELEGATES SELECTED TO THE 19TH PARTY CONGRESS
Preparations for the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) which, according to credible reports is likely to be held towards the end of October 2017, are well underway. The election of 2,300 Delegates to the Party Congress from 40 electoral blocs has virtually been completed. 2,270 Delegates were elected to the 18th Party Congress in November 2012. 1,909 Delegates for the 19th Party Congress representing Central Departments directly under the CCP Central Committee (CC), Central State organs, the Central Enterprise system and the provinces and centrally-administered Municipalities, have been elected.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Jul 2017

CHINA’S INTERNAL SITUATION BEFORE THE 19TH PARTY CONGRESS: AN OVERVIEW
Especially since the 18th Party Congress in November 2012 and as China moves to convene the 19th Party Congress in November 2017, there has been a steady hardening of the Chinese State. Political stability and regime survival have been top on the Party agenda and to ensure this Xi Jinping has introduced progressively restrictive domestic measures and promoted the rise in nationalism.
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Jun 2017

XI JINPING'S POLITICAL POWER BASE
Since his appointment simultaneously to China's three top posts of General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee (CC), Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) and President of China at the 18 th Party Congress in November 2012, Xi Jinping has steadily acquired and consolidated greater authority. In addition to the post of Commander-in-Chief of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) that he assumed on April 20, 2016, Xi Jinping heads a majority of the Central Leading Small Groups (CLSGs).
Mr. JAYADEVA RANADE
Jan 2017

RECENT EVENTS/VISITS


Where is Xi Jinping's China Headed?, A conversation between Mr. Jayadeva Ranade and Ms. Indrani Bagchi  17 Aug 2018


Book Launch: Xi Jinping's China by Jayadeva Ranade & Cadres of Tibet by Jayadeva Ranade  23 Feb 2018


Book Release: Seminar 1&2, Kamladevi Complex, IIC Main  07 Nov 2017


AIDIA chair Mr. Sunil KC and CCAS President Mr. Jayadeva Ranade signed the MoU on behalf of their respective institutions  20 Aug 2017


CCAS EXPERTS IN MEDIA


Chinese minister Kezhi’s visit to India had definite Tibet focus, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 3 November, 2018

What was Xi Jinping's confidant doing in India, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rediff, 29 October, 2018

A visible thawing in the India-China relationship signals changing attitudes, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Hindustan Times, 24 October, 2018

US spy games signal new low in ties with China, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 13 October, 2018

Why Did The Former Interpol Chief Vanish?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Strategic News International, 12 October, 2018

US sanctions impact China’s critical technology sector in the medium term, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 6 October, 2018

Trade war is Trump's bid to halt China's rise, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.rediffmail.com, 28 September, 2018

Public Forum :- Trade War Heats Up, Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 25 September 2018

Recent high-level visits to Tibet merit attention, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Sunday Guardian, 15 September 2018

A Year After Doklam: Will Peace Hold?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Strategic News International, 13 September 2018

Public Forum:- Post 9/11- US and us, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 11 September, 2018

The message Chinese Defence Minister’s visit to India conveys, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.sundayguardianlive.com, 25 August 2018

There are too many tensions between India and China, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.southasiamonitor.org, 20 August 2018

Impact of Cross-Strait tensions, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.dna.com, 19 August 2018

Why is Chinese Defence Minister Visiting India?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.rediff.com, 10 August 2018

India-China Keen To Improve Bilateral Ties | Latitude, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Times Now, 7 August 2018

Exiled Tibetans are confused about future, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 28 July 2018

Pakistan Elections 2018: 'Thank you Pakistan', tweets Pak army, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Wion TV, 25 July, 2018

Public Forum: Trade War Impact on INDIA, Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 20 Jun 2018

Security Scan - The Spy Tales, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rajya Sabha TV, 31 May 2018

The Big Picture - Anti-Terror Day : Combating Terror, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rajya Sabha TV, 21 May 2018

China's growing Navy buoys its PSYWAR efforts, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 19 May 2018

India First: India-China Relations, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, DD India First , 07 May 2018

Prudence must dictate future course of India-China ties, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 05 May 2018

Modi's 3,583 km trip to Wuhan: A Risky Gamble?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.rediff.com, 02 May, 2018

Wide Angle, Episode 30: India's 'China Reset', Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Wire, 27 April, 2018

The Big India, China Meet: Can PM Modi, Xi Jinping Reset Ties? , Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, NDTV, 26 April, 2018

China’s defence budget will boost Xi’s agenda, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 14 April, 2018

Meet China's military elite, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.rediff.com, March 27, 2018

China rises in Nepal, eyes Lumbini, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 11 March 2018

Maldives turbulence impacts India's strategic space, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 4 March 2018

Security Scan - China in Indian Ocean, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rajya Sabha TV, 1 March, 2018

Why China is keen to discuss CPEC with India, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Hindustan Times, 20 February, 2018

India's Top Strategic Experts Discuss Pak Provocation | Military Roundtable With Rahul Kanwal, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, India Today, 6 February, 2018

Tibet developments may put pressure on India, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.rediff.com, 7 January, 2018

India-China Border Talks / UN Resolution on Jerusalem, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 25 December, 2017

Insight : Russia-India-China Meet, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 12 December, 2017

Bilateral relationship between China and India Part III, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, CGTN TV, 29 November, 2017

The Big Picture - Pakistan Protests: Implications For The Region, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rajya Sabha TV, 28 November, 2017

Friendship, competition between Asia’s Big 3, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Hindustan Times, 23 November, 2017

Wide Angle, Episode 11: Is China's Xi Jinping The Strongest Global Leader?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Wire, 18 November, 2017

लोकमंच : आसियान वार्ता और भारत , Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, Lok Sabha Tv, 18 November 2017

Hardliners will dominate China's Tibet policy, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, wwwrediffcom, 1 November 2017

Talk Point: Was the Doklam standoff resolved in reality or will tensions flare-up again?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Print, 27 October, 2017

Congress expresses concern over inclusion of OBOR in China’s Constitution, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, National Herald, 27 October, 2017

Xi Jinping sets new agenda with little restraint, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Asia Times, 27 October, 2017

India-China ties in the near term will remain uncertain, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Hindustan Times, 14 October 2017

Xi imprint on PLA delegates to the party’s 19th Congress, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 7 October, 2017

Xi gets the generals he wants, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, wwwrediffcom, 7 September, 2017

India First: BRICS Summit, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, DD News, 4 September, 2017

Doklam ushers in uneasy phase in India-China ties, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian, 2 September, 2017

Doklam defused: Why it will take a lot of effort for India, China to rebuild ties, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Hindustan Times, 29 August, 2017

Insight : India - China Standoff, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Lok Sabha Tv, 17 August, 2017

Brief Analysis of Chinese Propaganda during India-China Face-off at Doklum, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, vifindiaorg, 8 August, 2017

Beijing’s Doklam propaganda offensive has reduced room for diplomacy, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Sunday Guardian, 30 July, 2017

Talk Point: Can Doklam be contained? Will the tensions go beyond Doklam?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Print, 26 July, 2017

Should India Take China’s Doklam Threat Seriously? Experts Speak, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Quint, 22 July 2017

Talk Point: Is the proposed inter-agency review of American support to Pakistan different from such past exercises?, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, The Print, 19 July, 2017

Doklam will prompt new thinking on India-China relations, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Hindustan Times, 18 July, 2017

China's New Assertiveness: The Doka La Face-Off, Jayadeva Ranade, CCAS, Indrastra July 17, 2017

A Treacherous Faultline, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 16 July, 2017, The Pioneer

Public Forum : HongKong Uneasy With China , Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 4 July 2017

Why there's trouble on the India-China border , Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rediff.com, 29 June 2017

A Steady Hardening of Chinese State, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Deccan Herald, 15 June 2017

Security Scan - Widening Gulf in Middle East : Diplomatic Crisis in Middle East," Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rajya Sabha TV, 09 June 2017

India not isolated: OBOR has a long way to go , Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, Sunday Gaurdian Live, 3 June 2017

Xi Jinping's War on Corruption Angers China's Leaders, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Rediff, 07 June 2017

Public Forum : " China's Praise & Warning , Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Lok Sabha TV, 6 June 2017

Xi Jinping All Set To Promote Loyalists at 19th Party Congress, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, Sunday Guardian Live, 27 May 2017

The 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party , Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, www.vifindia.org 18 May 2017

One Belt, One Road, No India , CNBC-TV, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 18 May 16 2017,

China Anxious for India To Endorse the OBOR Initiative,"  Hindustan Times, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 14 May 2017

Public Forum: India China OBOR A Road Block , Lok Sabha TV, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, May 8 2017

Sign a free trade agreement with Taiwan, techie Taiwan can propel Make in India , Times of India, Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, 2 May 2017

Xi-Trump Maiden Summit Yields Little,"  Deccan Herald, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 19 April 2017

India's World - Shadow of a Death Sentence on Indo-Pak Ties, Rajya Sabha TV, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 18 April 2017

"CPEC: How Pakistan is Losing Out to China,"  www.rediff.com, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 10 April 2017

India's World - China Raises the Temperature on Dalai Lama, Rajya Sabha TV, Jayadeva Ranade, President, CCAS, 27 March 2017

Should India be playing the 'Taiwan card' with China?, South Asia Monitor, Namrata Hasija, Research Associate, CCAS, 20 March 2017





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