India-China Border Conflict: The Case of Galwan Valley

ABSTRACT India and China are two of the oldest living civilizations of the world with numerous similarities and associations. The exchange of ideas between the two countries has been like a flowing river, sometimes it runs smoothly but sometimes there are hurdles but it has always kept flowing incessantly. Despite the similarities, both the countries…Read More

Putin’s War and Implications for China

Putin’s War and Its Implications for China

ABSTRACT The relationship between Russia and China, the two giants of Asia, has ranged from one extreme to the other. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the erstwhile USSR and the People’s Republic of China in 1949, the two countries co-operated closely on most fronts, especially on the military front. However, due to ideological…Read More

Transboundary Pollution from China and Its Impact on South Korea

Transboundary Pollution from China and Its Impact on South Korea: A Road to Health and Environmental Degradation

Abstract: South Korea is confronted with occasional natural debacles as pollution blowing from China. During winter, the source is generally unreasonable burning of coal utilized in China for heating purposes. In the spring, yellow residue from the deserts of northern China and Mongolia are blown across Northeast Asia, carrying soot and cancer-causing agents from China-based…Read More

Chinese Communism: Mao Tse-Tung to Xi Jinping

Chinese Communism: Mao Tse-Tung to Xi Jinping

Chinese communism or socialism represents the socialist ideologies with capitalist’s activities and this is also a debatable topic. The history of Chinese communism goes back to the era of revolution. So we have to go back to the time to explore the facts and nature of Chinese communism. Chinese Communist Party considered as both a…Read More

Critical Analysis over Chinese Policy towards Migrant & Refugee

Critical Analysis over Chinese Policy towards Migrant & Refugee

World largest economic entities have long been denounced for their deficiency in hosting refugees. With over 65 millions refugee displacement and resettlement across borders in the post-millennium, less than 5% of refugees are hosted by the five largest economic entities, namely US, China, Japan, UK and Germany. Asian affluent countries are especially reluctant to open…Read More

China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR)

The Chinese new project One Belt One Road: new trend in globalization?

With a rigorous success in trade and business for decades, China has initiated new mega project named “One Belt One Road” (OBOR) in mid-May 2017 in Beijing. The trillion dollars project aims to connect Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa via business and infrastructure. During the two-day forum held in Beijing, Xi Jinping has…Read More