China

tibet_human_rights

Human Rights in Tibet News: Monthly Update – August 2018

UN Expert Observes China’s Racial Discrimination against Tibetans The UN Committee to Eliminate Racial Discrimination has expressed its concern over the “broad definitions of terrorism and vague references to extremism and…


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Kumārajīva and the Middle Way in China

Most people are surprised when told that Bharat’s Gāndhārī and Khotan Saka were the main languages of Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, from the earliest recorded times to about 1000 CE, where I…


Modi

Modi’s War Against Bharat’s Enemies

The likelihood of a Sino-Pak military assault against Bharat remains quite high. Bharat’s economic progress and continuing acquisition of economic autonomy and resilience undermine Sino-Pak interests. The re-election of a…





Xi Jinping

Can Bharat rise to the Xi Jinping challenge?

As a student of global politics and power structures, I feel disappointed at the absence of meaningful debates on the rise and rise of Xi Jinping and what it means…


Challenges

Bharat’s Dire Contemporary Challenges

It seems difficult for observers to abstract from the immediate hurly burly of daily political life and the fascination it evokes to focus on complex long-term processes of historic significance…