Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute organized a One-Month Immersive Online Certificate Training Course on Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. On day 5 of the course Prof Srikanth Kondapalli, Dean, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India gave his presentation on China and the New World Order.
Beijing’s continuing efforts to soften up Australia and the latter’s predicament has implications for the emerging regional order, including for India
President Xi Jinping has repeatedly asserted that unification is China’s “core interest” and it is increasingly seen as likely that he will make an attempt before 2027, the 100th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army.
President-elect Lai Ching-te, a ‘pragmatic worker for Taiwan’s independence’ has his work cut out but India is weighing its options with the Straits keeping China in mind.
An Immersive Online Certificate Training Course on ‘Diplomacy and Foreign Policy’ was organized by the Centre for International Relations and Strategic Studies
All of China’s biggest economic trading partners - the US, Europe, the ASEAN, Japan and South Korea – are upset over its aggressive behaviour. 2023 did not provide any succour to a China that was straining to come out of the Covid pandemic, neither on the domestic front nor on the external front.