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Rahul K Bhonsle
The Lal Masjid episode in Paksitan indicates a growing threat to China from global terror. Is Beijing in Al Qaeda's cross hairs?
Environment, labour and religion will transform China, not just the society but also one day the Commuist party and technology will be the driver.
Beijing reacted strongly recently over reports of a meeting of an informal grouping of states it regards as competitors regarding possible threats in the future.
A rising China can be viewed as a global economic powerhouse or a potential threat to peace and tranquility in the world a few decades hence.
Given the rise of China, Deng's '24 Character Strategy' is probably the most oft quoted Chinese phrase in international relations today.
This holistic relationship being developed by the Chinese corresponds to their view of developing a comprehensive national power in which diplomacy is a major component.
Understanding the Chinese will be essential in the World of tomorrow, so how do you decipher their intent coming from a different culture and geography.
The numbers are also matched purposeful exploitation of the medium which China feels will determine the course of global polity.
China's forays into Africa need an appropriate response of balance from other nations. America seems to have risen to this need just recently
Reports of go ahead given by China's Central Military Commission to construct an aircraft carrier, is a paradigm shift in Chinese policy.
South Asia continued to see internal strife in virtually all the states despite SAARC attempting to narrow down the differences
China's economic boom is accompanied by developments in the field of strategic technologies as satellite, missile and nuclear energy making it a possible tech super power by 2050
The PLA Navy is slowly gainign confidence as it exercises with a multinational force in the Arabian Sea
Rahul K Bhonsle says China is systematically going about development of technology, here is a glimpse
Chinese vision of greatness is not restricted to the near term but extends over the next Century as the Premier Wen Jiabao testifies
The ides of March crossed many areas of South Asia as conflict and hopes of peace continued its cruel play with people of this region.
The American surge in Iraq is paying dividends slowly but steadily, though there is a need for pursuing the course to a logical conclusion.
South Asian security was once again in focus with Dick Cheney and Margaretn Beckett paying a visit to Pakistan and Afghanistan
South Asia is a region with many conflicts, trials and tribulations. Security trends in the area are of great interest globally
China's Defence White Paper denotes a lumbering armed forces attempting to come to grips with the reality of modernisation