Dr RUP NARAYAN DAS

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Ladakh Standoff: Govt, Opposition consensus essential

Ladakh Standoff: Govt, Opposition consensus essential

Rediff.com19 Jun 2020

'A firm national resolve can only deter and defeat the nefarious designs of the adversary,' notes Rup Narayan Das.

Has COVID-19 soured India-China relations further?

Has COVID-19 soured India-China relations further?

Rediff.com23 Apr 2020

'The virus of trust deficit seems to be taking a toll of the friendship built over the years by succeeding leaderships of the two countries,' notes Rup Narayan Das.

India's outreach in the time of coronavirus

India's outreach in the time of coronavirus

Rediff.com26 Mar 2020

India's soft power diplomacy came into play during this cataclysm affecting the world as the pandemic defies barriers and borders, notes Rup Narayan Das.

Explained: How India can resurrect NAM

Explained: How India can resurrect NAM

Rediff.com25 Oct 2019

'Instead of writing NAM's obituary, India should reinvent it,' suggests Dr Rup Narayan Das.

Did India, China really connect in Chennai?

Did India, China really connect in Chennai?

Rediff.com15 Oct 2019

'India's relationship with China has been and will continue to be complex, delicate and sensitive,' says Rup Narayan Das.

Explained: What ails India China relationship

Explained: What ails India China relationship

Rediff.com10 Oct 2019

'A lack of strategic trust and the 'persistent security dilemma' prevails between India and China,' points out Dr Rup Narayan Das.

How Vajpayee dealt with China

How Vajpayee dealt with China

Rediff.com18 Aug 2018

'He knew that a regime which believes that power flows from the barrel of the gun can only be handled from a position of comprehensive strength and not from a position of vulnerability and weakness,' says Rup Narayan Das.

Will Modi-Xi meeting resolve Sikkim standoff?

Will Modi-Xi meeting resolve Sikkim standoff?

Rediff.com17 Jul 2017

'The impasse on the India-China border in the Sikkim sector persists, but the Hamburg meeting between the two leaders will certainly have its salutary effects on the relationship between the two countries,' says China scholar Rup Narayan Das.