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India China relations

Towards a new world order

The tussle between Eagle, Dragon, Tiger and Bear known as world diplomacy. And the new world order establishing with time. Anaconda is the world's largest...

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.

Dragon and the elephant – An Indian’s fervent dream

A nation with an operating air force not pressing it into action when threatened by Mao's homicidal hordes can only be answered by the ghosts of traitors who made that call along with their apologists who are trying to hold the crumbling facade of lies and deceit.

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.

How defense forces have changed

We have to keep ourselves ready for both the fronts, China and Pakistan.

How can India overtake China economically?

The reason china is an economic giant today, is because of of it's manufacturing hub. India's Industry sector contributes 23% to the GDP, while in China it is 40%.

China’s new provoking statement: New stand on Ladakh as UT?

The Chinese side repeatedly affirmed that the current situation in the border areas, earlier also China said that the carving of Ladakh into a separate union territory as a “unacceptable”.

India China at loggerheads: The current status quo at LAC

All you need to know about the Dragon's dubious nature and clash at LAC The series of events from at the LAC is now...

To China’s ignominy: The hope of an adamantine India

India must maintain its obdurate stance against China. This should, so far as ideals go, set a precedent for future governments.

Learnings from Galwan Valley- Part II. Implications of conflict with the strongest neighbour

Both, Hitler and Xi Jinping blundered in provoking open conflict with their respective immediate neighbours. Why were these a blunder? Read on.

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