Recent fighting in the Galwan Valley marks the first time lives have been lost along the disputed China-India border since 1975.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization recently took in India and Pakistan, but divergent interests within the group’s membership will keep it from becoming a major player on the world stage.
China has stopped sharing hydrological data for the Brahmaputra River with India, apparently in response to their ongoing standoff at the Doklam Plateau.
Why are Indian and Chinese troops standing off at the Doklam Plateau?
Exploring the factors that led to the current Doklam plateau stand-off, and how these two Asian behemoths can resolve it.
Once India’s historical gateway to Central Asia and China, the Karakoram has become a lingering geopolitical flashpoint between India, China and Pakistan.
Bhutan’s historic reliance on India is being chipped away at by China, with potential consequences for the strategic balance of power in the Himalayas.