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Manoj Joshi


Manoj Joshi is a Distinguished Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi

Six ways on how to improve Sino-Indian ties, post-Wuhan
Tue, May 01, 2018

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.

Is Rawat shooting from the hip on Assam issue?
Thu, Feb 22, 2018

General Rawat seems to revel in making these  politically loaded remarks. One conclusion of this is that he is not being adequately supervised by the government of the day. The other is that he is pushing the envelope with an eye on a post-retirement political career.

On India-China Himalayan face-off, China may just have a case
Mon, Jul 24, 2017

The Chinese are right to complain that India is violating the treaty in sending its troops across at Doka La. But the issue is not that simple

Eyeball-to-eyeball in the Himalayas
Mon, Jul 24, 2017

Re-establishing Tibet’s geopolitical centrality in the trans-Himalayan region and breaking the special Bhutan-India bond is an important geopolitical goal for China in its competition with India in South Asia

India, US and an eastward tilt
Mon, May 23, 2016

Why does India-US military cooperation not include northern Arabian Sea and Persian Gulf — a region of great importance for India’s security?

The case for greatness
Sat, Nov 21, 2015

In his scheme of things, the international system is an anarchic entity where each state relentlessly pursues its national interests and big powers are locked in a struggle to be number one.