South Asia and Beyond

Taiwan, Tibet, Xi Jinping’s CCP Congress & India’s Non-Reaffirmation Of ‘One China Policy’ Post 2010

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New Delhi: On ‘Talking Point’, from Taipei, Dr Sana HashmiPostdoctoral Fellow, Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation and Scholar, Research Institute for Indo-Pacific Affairs and in Delhi, Antara Ghosal SinghChina Fellow, Observer Research Foundation in conversation with StratNews Global Associate Editor Amitabh P. Revi.
The panel discusses the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th National Congress, Xi Jinping’s Tibet, Taiwan strategies, India’s non-reaffirmation of the ‘One China Policy’ in official documents or statements since 2010, China’s claims over Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh, the India-China stalemate in Ladakh post Galwan, the likely trajectory of Xi Jinping’s Taiwan, Tibet policies, the events post the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, India’s statement on the ‘militarisation’ of the Taiwan Strait, calibrated ties with Taiwan, increasing business and high-tech ties with Taiwan, the calls for a further continuous strengthening of relations and a Free Trade Agreement, India and China’s Tibet policies, “China no longer seeing Tibet solely through the prism of internal security, the economic utility of Tibetan borders becoming far more important for China”, the Dalai Lama and the controversy over his succession.