Countries in Southeast Asia and Pacific region have joined hands to create RCEP, the world’s largest trade agreement. India had withdrawn from the deal negotiations last year. What is India missing out on by deciding to sit out?
As external affairs minister S. Jaishankar meets his QUAD counterparts from the US, Australia and Japan in Tokyo, N13 explains the raison d’être of the four-nation forum meant to take on a ‘common threat’
The India-China boundary dispute is a complex one that dates back to the British era. We suggest three books to understand the boundary disputes and the larger power struggle between the two Asian giants
China has moved up its positions in the Galwan Valley to areas it never controlled since 1962. The area stretching from the Galwan River bend to Shyok is under India’s control, which is what China now wants India to withdraw from.