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  • 18-Apr-2019 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    A plan for deeper India-China engagement

    Over the years, India has persistently run a bilateral trade deficit with China

  • 31-Oct-2018 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Can we have our cake and eat it too?

    What the trade war might offer for India-China economic engagement

  • 10-Dec-2017 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Sino-Indian trade: Taming the dragon

    Indian industry and our government must work together more strategically and purposefully to build an ecosystem to drive Indian products and services into China's huge and expanding market

  • 31-Aug-2017 | Ravi Bhoothalingam | The Wire

    Going beyond the logical: The key to solving India-China conflicts like Doklam

    What we need to do is to apply our knowledge of psychological science to geopolitical events

  • 02-May-2017 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    India and China: Compete and cooperate

    With a change in mindset, the two countries can carry out both in tandem. Are we bold enough?

  • 01-May-2017 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Why China matters

    The author explains why a Sinophobic public climate can damage our own public interest

  • 30-Apr-2016 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Ravi Bhoothalingam: The India-China gap

    As ties between the two countries deepen, our capabilities to manage disputes will increase. So will mutual confidence. The first step can be taken now

  • 28-Jan-2016 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Teachable moments in diplomacy

    Throughout, Mr Rana keeps the story moving, notwithstanding pit-stops to draw attention to particular aspects of diplomatic practice and innovation

  • 24-May-2015 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Ravi Bhoothalingam: The Silk Road as a global brand

    For India and all the countries that co-created historic silk roads along with China, there are two options: create an opposing brand of equal or greater strength. Or, use the opponent's strength to t

  • 19-Jan-2015 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Ravi Bhoothalingam: Of 'Econs', 'Humans', China and India

    If India showed more 'Econ' traits and China more 'Human' ones, the indifferent Sino-Indian relationship will improve

  • 13-Oct-2014 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Ravi Bhoothalingam: India misses a short cut to vikas

    The country's 'security' fears in engaging more closely with China's regional economic outreach programmes are overdone

  • 28-Dec-2012 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Ravi Bhoothalingam: Looking beyond 1962

    Closer economic ties will reduce the risk of a Sino-Indian conflict

  • 09-Jul-2009 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    The rise of the other China

    At first sight, there seems no earthly reason why anyone in India should spend time and money acquiring and reading this book. Would it not be more worthwhile, one might ask, to go straight for the big game and study the business strategies and ...

  • 22-Apr-2009 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Tripping across a nation on the move

    This is one of the most readable as well as insightful books about China to have come out in recent months. It is an account of National Public Radio reporter Rob Gifford’s journey of nearly 5,000 kilometres on Route 312 across the breadth of ...

  • 12-Feb-2009 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    War by other means

    It’s just not fair. The great financial meltdown was supposed to happen in China, not in the West, and that too in such dramatic fashion. After all, China is where we first saw huge non-performing assets, poor disclosure, opaque governance and ...

  • 06-Jan-2009 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Piercing the Wall

    First, a disclosure. I was a student of Joseph Needham, the subject of this compelling biography, when he was Master of Caius College, Cambridge, in the mid-60s.

  • 02-Jul-2008 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Getting beneath China`s skin

    The China-India story is all the rage these days, and so there is a book out almost every week seeking to compare and contrast the emerging Asian giants.

  • 01-Oct-2005 | Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Ravi Bhoothalingam: The rise of mandarin

    Teaching Chinese to foreigners is a burgeoning industry in China, and around the world.