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The Sino-Indian Rivalry Is Reshaping Asia
By standing up to Chinese territorial encroachments, India has openly challenged Xi Jinping’s expansionism in a way that no other world power has done, writes Brahma Chellaney.
Multipolarity is Here to Stay, But Can the Powers Avoid War?
The rhetoric this week from global leaders is moving the narrative of global war closer to reality. Xi Jinping’s visit to Russia hasn’t helped, writes Colin Chapman.
Is Globalization Over?
While the US-China rivalry may disrupt global economic arrangements, it certainly does not augur a sharp decline in human interdependence, writes Joseph S. Nye.
India and Multi-Alignment: Having One’s Cake and Eating It Too
The evolution of India’s foreign policy from non-alignment to multi-alignment has yielded dividends, writes Joanne Lin. The question is whether New Delhi can continue to 'straddle all sides and sit on the fence on key issues'.
Avoiding Divots in the U.S. Pivot to Asia
While the Americans have made noticeable progress in their “pivot” to Asia, the crux of successful regional engagement rests on Washington’s ability to work with and around China’s indisputable links and influence in this part of the world, while managing its own relationship with Beijing, writes William Choong.