Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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China India relation

Quid Pro Quo: An instrument of strategic realignment in Indian Foreign Policy of the Modi era

Since 2014, the proactive approach towards the burgeoning issue of geopolitics has become a hallmark of the realignment in Indian Foreign policy that has made world powers accept India as a major player in almost all issues of global eminence.

Unwelcome Chinese Spy vessel and the deepening rift between India and Sri Lanka relations in recent past

Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s "Neighbourhood First Policy" and his security and growth for All in the region (SAGAR) project, India continues to send essential supplies to Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

Master Kong and Ramanuja can cut a Ticket to Xi Dada’s return to normalcy

What options does India really have against belligerent China? Can India afford to spend billions of dollars on war footing to enhance its defense & deterrence capabilities at this critical juncture?

Calling out Pak’s nuclear bluff and the Chinese war bogey: Modi Govt’s two most significant, yet most underplayed, geo-strategic achievements

Though underplayed, this is a huge geo strategic shift in Sino Indian relationship and will have an important role in how the relationship plays out in the coming decades between the two emerging world powers.

India Will have to bow before China if dependence on it increases: RSS chief

Bhagwat said no matter how much people shout about boycotting Chinese goods, everything in mobile phones is coming from China.

Ladakh buildup – India’s Bhishma stands her ground eye to eye against Chinese tanks

China can not withdraw all her army to put up a challenge to India. The most aggressive posturing that China can engage in is by deploying forty percent of her total men and machine against India.

The international disorder

It has the characteristics of a Nazi state - Han Chinese militant nationalism, territorial expansionism, surveillance, concentration camps, etc.

QUAD Summit: What it means for India and way forward

India is important for other QUAD nations because only India has the power to counterbalance the aggressiveness of China.

India must alarm as China is plotting insurgency and bolstering infra in the North-East

ndia needs to make herself strong economically as once its economy remains stable then it would enhance India’s political, diplomatic and military capabilities.

Why the #KungFu #China does not go to #War?

Happy Taiwan National Day

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