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Raja Mandala: India’s diplomacy, Trump effect

Sino-US tensions, cooling between Washington and Moscow, demand a new outlook from New Delhi.

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China to purchase more US goods to reduce trade deficit

The US will send a team to China to work out the details, the joint statement at the conclusion of the trade delegation level talks between the two countries on May 17 and 18, stated.

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China’s Q2 GDP growth seen at around 6.7%: State Information Center

On the market-focused trade data, the official think tank expects dollar-denominated exports to grow around 8 percent in the second quarter versus a year earlier and imports to rise about 10 percent.

US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Source: AP)

Donald Trump to discuss trade with China’s Xi Jinping as talks continue

Tariff threats have roiled US and other stock markets in recent weeks amid fears a trade war between the world’s two largest economies will impact global markets.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits China, meets with Xi Jinping

The visit follows just days after the historic Korean summit when the North and South Korean leaders met at the Demilitarised Zone lending the Korean war.

After Wuhan, will the Dragon and the Elephant tango?

After Wuhan, will the Dragon and the Elephant tango?

India cannot be complacent about China’s intent and machinations to see it as a subordinate power in Asia.

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China’s Xi Jinping free trader to world, champion of Karl Marx at home

“Today, we commemorate Marx in order to pay tribute to the greatest thinker in the history of mankind and also to declare our firm belief in the scientific truth of Marxism,” Xi Jinping said.

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China a ‘cast-iron proof’ of success of Marxism: Xi Jinping

In his speech in defence of Marxism, Xi spoke of China’s reform and opening up, while sticking to its ideological fundamentals evolving socialism with Chinese characteristics evolved by Mao’s successor Deng Xiaoping.

PM Modi, President Xi Jinping could meet three more times this year: Chinese envoy

PM Modi-Xi Jinping summit a ‘good thing’: White House

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Thursday said the Trump administration had good relationship with both India and China, and wanted things to continue down the same road.

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US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology

President Donald Trump said he expected relations with Beijing to remain smooth. “Our great financial team is in China trying to negotiate a level playing field on trade!” he said on Twitter late Wednesday.

Six ways on how to improve Sino-Indian ties, post-Wuhan

The Wuhan window

Modi-Xi summit gives India the chance to expand its diplomatic options in the neighbourhood and beyond.

Xi Jinping wants screening of more Bollywood movies in China

Xi Jinping-Narendra Modi summit broke ‘new ground’ for bilateral ties: China

Modi met Xi last week in an unprecedented two-day ‘heart-to-heart’ summit in the central Chinese city of Wuhan to “solidify” the India-China relationship after the Doklam standoff last year.

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Why did China agree to Wuhan?

Anything which arrests India’s potential drift towards the US and its allies is good for China.

After Wuhan, will the Dragon and the Elephant tango?

How Donald Trump cast his shadow on the Modi-Xi meet in Wuhan

At Wuhan, China’s talk on collaborating with India on saving globalisation, defending the WTO, promoting a multipolar world, and emphasising ‘strategic autonomy’ was very much part of China’s international mobilisation against Trump.

Six ways on how to improve Sino-Indian ties, post-Wuhan

Six ways on how to improve Sino-Indian ties, post-Wuhan

The summit has shown the world that China and India may have troubled relations, but their leaders also have the maturity to recognise when things are going out of hand.