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Having tom-tommed share ownership by the proletariat, China must have figured it had to keep prices up. Even after this crash, Chinese stocks are overpriced


27 Aug 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

China and India are the two most populous countries in the world


30 Jul 2015

The old debate has taken a new twist with the publication of a new book which argues that Chinese authoritarianism is superior to Indian democracy


9 Jul 2015 | BY Shashi Tharoor

A big picture book on India’s race to the top has little to back up its claims


4 Jun 2015 | BY Srinath Raghavan

Seven features of Modi’s non-doctrinaire foreign policy that is taking India from non-alignment to multi-alignment


20 May 2015 | BY Brahma Chellaney

Is India aiming to evolve from being a balancing power to being a leading power?


24 Mar 2015 | BY Sam Roggeveen

Festivals as an India-China power barometer


3 Mar 2015 | BY Tunku Varadarajan

The streets of Hong Kong may go quiet and Wong may vanish from front pages, but the eruption of minds is what frightens autocracies such as China


10 Oct 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

India can do without China envy, but it needs to make use of democracy with more vigour. And that is what India expects from Prime Minister Modi


19 Jun 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

The perils of getting carried away with high-pitched rhetoric against China


2 May 2013 | BY Amit Baruah
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