Demonstrators break up Chinese-made goods on a banner with an inscription reading “Boycott Made in China” before burning them during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18. Photo: AFP Demonstrators break up Chinese-made goods on a banner with an inscription reading “Boycott Made in China” before burning them during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18. Photo: AFP
Demonstrators break up Chinese-made goods on a banner with an inscription reading “Boycott Made in China” before burning them during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18. Photo: AFP
Mohamed Zeeshan
Opinion

Opinion

Mohamed Zeeshan

India’s rejection of RCEP and free trade will make it poorer and less relevant

  • The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership was an opportunity to recapture India’s success through economic liberalisation
  • India now finds itself isolated and has compromised its influence in a region where economic integration has become a top priority for most countries

Demonstrators break up Chinese-made goods on a banner with an inscription reading “Boycott Made in China” before burning them during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18. Photo: AFP Demonstrators break up Chinese-made goods on a banner with an inscription reading “Boycott Made in China” before burning them during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18. Photo: AFP
Demonstrators break up Chinese-made goods on a banner with an inscription reading “Boycott Made in China” before burning them during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18. Photo: AFP
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Mohamed Zeeshan

Mohamed Zeeshan

Mohamed Zeeshan is editor-in-chief of Freedom Gazette and a writer for The Diplomat. He has previously served as an adviser to the Indian delegation to the United Nations in New York.