More than 550 jobs were lost each day in the last four years in India, placing it behind Bangladesh and Vietnam in terms of job creation.
China’s state-run Global Times newspaper last week warned that a 45% Trump tariff would paralyse US-China bilateral trade.
In the next decade, how US-China relations unfold will shape the external environment for countries like India. Much will depend on how China perceives the Trump presidency.
How a remote corner of Gansu province called 404 became China’s atom bomb base.
Trump vowed to withdraw from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on his first day in office, calling it “a potential disaster for our country”.
Since the new President Michel Temer took over, Brazil’s foreign policy has shifted away from BRICS ideals to favour western interests.
It is important to support and maintain the capital that we have as a champion of the developing world, India’s foreign secretary said.
The exercises to be held around Itu Aba, known by Taiwan as Taiping, would include drills in rescuing shipwrecked personnel.
Xi Jinping’s remarks echoed comments he made in Beijing last week when he said China will never allow any part of its territory to break off.
China frequently expresses its anger with countries that host the 81-year old Nobel Peace Prize winner, who only seeks autonomy for his homeland Tibet.
Experts say China prefers a ‘divide and conquer’ tactic over allowing its opponents to group together.
In order to achieve universal health coverage, India must increase its health spending, an investment that can lead to increased workplace productivity and economic growth.
Desperate to fight mounting trash problems but wary of public opposition, China is building new incineration capacity designed to blend into its surroundings and limit environmental damage.
Africa’s largest economy is in recession as oil revenues have fallen and hard currency reserves dwindled, forcing the closure of plants unable to import raw materials.
Any shift in India’s doctrine cannot be based on Pakistan’s actions and neither will the consequences remain confined to the Islamabad-New Delhi dyad. There is a more formidable nuclear state to consider – China.
Apprehensive World Leaders Need Not Worry Yet, the US’s Peculiar Political System Will Keep Trump in Check
At the end of the day,Trump’s policymaking will depend on the team that executes it, and, as of now, no one has a clue about what this team may look like.
The suspects are expected to be sent back after China negotiates an agreement with France over sharing their assets.
A compilation of what we know of the new US president’s foreign policy standpoints.
The move marked Beijing’s most direct intervention in the city’s legal and political system since the former British colony returned to Chinese rule
As chief of Hong Kong’s pre-eminent Court of Final Appeal, Ma sits at the top of the legal system, which some lawyers and politicians feel is under threat from China’s intervention.
A resolution introduced by the Africa Group in the UN General Assembly seeks a vote to suspend the UN independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity, a position established by the UNHRC in June.
China’s parliament passed an interpretation of Hong Kong’s Basic Law that says lawmakers must swear allegiance to the city as part of China.
The impressive credentials of the other nominees is proof those countries understand the role international law plays in world affairs – even as India sees the ILC as just another parking slot for a person from the ‘parivar’.
By installing solar home systems in the poorest villages, China hopes to boost the incomes of 200 million households.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval hosted Chinese state councillor Yang Jiechi for talks in Hyderabad on Friday.
Donald Trump has fused economic worries, racial and gender resentment into a politics of fear and revenge, a tactic that is not new to the Republican Party.
Chinese troops took positions on the perceived Line of Actual Control and demanded that canal work in in Demchok sector – located 250 km east of Leh –be stopped as either side needs to take permission before undertaking any work.
A total of 35 miners were working underground at the Jinshangou Coal Mine in Laisu Town, when an explosion shook the mine around 11:30 am on Monday.
Najib is looking to strengthen ties with China after July lawsuits filed by the US justice department implicating him in a money-laundering scandal.
Inviting the American ambassador to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh is bound to provoke China.
New Delhi: With still at least three countries continuing to insist on drawing up a general criteria for non-NPT entrants, next week’s meeting of officials from Nuclear Suppliers Group member countries in Vienna is not expected to allow India into the group immediately, but would only provide another […]
China showed its Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter in public for the first time on Tuesday, opening the country’s biggest meeting of aircraft makers and buyers with a show of its military clout.
The Sinosphere will be no different to Pax Americana and China’s rise should not prompt India to choose sides in a global contest.
The blast was caused by illegally stored explosives. 147 were injured in the blast, with 11 currently in intensive care.
While China said that Verma’s visit to the northeastern state would affect the “peace and tranquillity” on the border, India held that his visit was an integral part of the country.
China is preparing to ordain at least two new bishops before the end of the year and these appointments would have the blessing of the Vatican
While the Russian media has a clear pro-Trump bias and the Arab media has shown a strong preference for Clinton, the Chinese media have consistently focused on the weaknesses of both candidates.
Duterte’s efforts to engage China, months after a tribunal ruling in the Hague over South China Sea disputes, marks a reversal in foreign policy.
The topic of independence has long been taboo in the former British colony, now governed under the “one country, two systems” principle since its return to Communist Party-ruled China in 1997.
Public anger in Kashmir is unlikely to subside anytime soon, especially until New Delhi accepts that there is, in fact, a dispute.