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Chinese Virus In India’s Neighbourhood – Part 2

NEW DELHI: As the Chinese coronavirus continues its unrelenting march across the globe, StratNews Global cast its eyes around the Indian subcontinent to see how the neighbourhood is coping. Much like India, these countries are densely populated, have poor health infrastructure and lack the wherewithal to deal with a crisis of this magnitude. Many are looking to India […]Read More

Wuhan Virus Will Lead To A Changed International Order And

NEW DELHI: As part of our ‘Chinese Virus, Global Reset’ series, StratNews Global reached out to former diplomats and strategic analysts with questions on what the world order will look like post Covid-19. Former Indian Indian Ambassador to Bhutan, Pakistan and China and currently Distinguished Professor, Symbiosis International University Gautam Bambawale tells Opinion Editor Ashwin […]Read More

Chinese Virus In India’s Neighbourhood – Part 1

NEW DELHI: As the Chinese virus continues its unrelenting march across the globe, StratNews Global cast its eyes around the Indian subcontinent to see how the neighbourhood is coping. Much like India, these countries are densely populated, have poor health infrastructure and lack the wherewithal to deal with a crisis of this magnitude. Many are […]Read More

Can China’s Communist Party Survive The Chinese Virus Fallout?

DHARAMSHALA: As China is apparently recovering from the battle against the dreaded Covid-19 virus, Beijing has started an Information Warfare (IW) against the way the world perceives the Middle Kingdom. For several years, analysts have been predicting that IW would be an important part of any battle of tomorrow. The first shot was fired by […]Read More

Chinese Virus Has Exposed The True Face of The Pakistani

NEW DELHI: The Chinese Coronavirus pandemic is not only a test of a nation’s resolve, but in some cases, also exposes the true face of its society, military and institutions. While, in India, its armed forces are taking a lead in the fight against the invisible enemy, the Pakistani Army is busy shifting COVID-19 affected […]Read More

Why Did WHO, China Take So Long To Act On

NEW DELHI: As the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, troubling questions are being asked.  Was there any way the infection could have been stopped from spreading?  With prior information, could the number of those dead worldwide have been reduced? Some of these questions centre on the role of the World Health Organisation (WHO) which, […]Read More

China Will Bounce Back From COVID-19 To Pursue Its Political

NEW DELHI: As part of our ‘Chinese Virus, Global Reset’ series, StratNews Global reached out to former diplomats and strategic analysts with a set of  questions to essentially get their responses on what the world order will look like post Covid-19. Former Indian diplomat Talmiz Ahmad who is a West Asia expert tells Deputy Editor Parul Chandra that […]Read More

Beijing’s Positive Narrative On Chinese Virus Will Intensify In The

NEW DELHI: The past few weeks have witnessed an intensified propaganda campaign by Chinese officials and the Communist Party-state media to shift the narrative around the Covid-19 outbreak. This multifaceted effort is driven by four specific objectives, which all feed into the larger strategic objective of securing and strengthening the regime. And for that, what’s […]Read More

China Connection: Why WHO DG Will Go To Any Lengths

NEW DELHI: COVID-19, or more appropriately the Chinese virus, has thrust one man into the world spotlight: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus or more simply Tedros, as he prefers to be known. Appointed in May 2017, Tedros who is the eighth director general (DG) of the WHO, has an unenviable task before him – dealing with what is one of the greatest modern-day crises […]Read More