Tsai in her Double Ten National Day speech reiterated Taiwan’s determination to defend itself, and maintain regional peace and stability, which she said is being challenged by China’s increasing military coercion in the South and East China seas, as well as in the Taiwan Strait. Notwithstanding the Chinese unprecedented coercive posturing in Taiwan's air space, … Continue reading Why CPC’s Threat of Uniting Taiwan by Force doesn’t make Strategic Sense for China?
Sharing my article published in Journal of the United Service Institution of India, Volume: CXLVIII No. 614, Period: September 2018 – December 2018 Publisher: USI of India, New Delhi USI of India is the oldest Think-Tank in India. The quarterly USI Journal is the oldest surviving defence journal in Asia, having first appeared in 1872 has been an uninterrupted Journal till date. … Continue reading US – China Heated Cold War finds Taiwan as a Sensitive Spot
US Versus China The ‘Cold war’ of 20th century has taken a Paradigm shift in 21st Century, is heating up with new players and expanding to new dimensions. The latest and largest player to enter Cold War arena is China, who in last six months has made best use of the US relative inaction in … Continue reading Heating up of Cold War: Paradigm shift in Players and Dimensions