US, Japan Show United Front On China In Biden's First Summit

April 17, 2021

The United States and Japan vowed Friday to stand firm together against an assertive China and to step up cooperation on climate change and next-generation technology as President Joe Biden made his first summit a show of alliance unity. Waiting nearly three months for his first foreign guest due to the Covid-19 pandem | Read more|

In US, Push For Law To "Outcompete" China, Invest In Alliances Like India

February 24, 2021

US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has asked his Democratic colleagues to draft a legislative package to "outcompete" China, create new American jobs and invest in strategic partners and alliances like NATO and India.On a caucus call on Tuesday, Mr Schumer discussed his push to direct Senate committees to draft a | Read more|

The day after, Army chief flags: China’s moves lead to conflict

February 13, 2021

A day after New Delhi confirmed the start of the disengagement process at Pangong Tso as a first step to resolve the nine-month military standoff in Ladakh, Army chief General MM Naravane cautioned against Beijing’s recent moves, including along the Line of Actual Control, which “have created an environment of conf | Read more|

Was On Phone For Two Straight Hours With Xi Jinping: Joe Biden

February 12, 2021

US President Joe Biden said Thursday that his first phone call with Chinese leader Xi Jinping since taking office lasted two hours. "Last night, I was in the phone for two straight hours with Xi Jinping," Biden told reporters -- an unusually long interaction for a US president, with whom even face-to-face meetings rare | Read more|

Big Breakthrough In China Standoff At Key Pangong Lake

February 11, 2021

India and China have reached an agreement on disengagement at Pangong Tso in Ladakh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said today in parliament, giving details of a breakthrough after a protracted stand-off and several rounds of talks between military commanders and diplomats. | Read more|

China Backing Away From Promises To Pak Under Economic Corridor: Report

December 25, 2020

China appears to be backing away from its initial financial promises to Pakistan under Beijing-financed China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a US$60 billion infrastructure building plan, amid rising corruption and terrorist attacks on Chinese engineers. According to Asia Times, Pakistan Army is set to take near-tot | Read more|

China To Build Major Dam On Brahmaputra That Could Impact India: Report

November 30, 2020

China will build a major hydropower project on Brahmaputra river in Tibet and a proposal for this has been clearly put forward in the 14th Five-Year Plan to be implemented from next year, the official media on Sunday quoted the head of a Chinese company tasked to build the dam as saying. | Read more|