China Cannot Match The Valor Of Battle-Hardened Indian Army

Great questions of history are not decided by diplomacy and dialogue. These things are useful in furthering your cause only when you have sufficient political will and military strength to support them. Right now, we have military might as well as the political will to take on China. The current dialogue and standoff are presenting an uneasy peace between the two nations. This standoff is a question of survival both for India and China. India would shrug off the tag of a soft state once we are able to hold on our own during this faceoff. So far we have stood our ground successfully and have let the Chinese taste their own bitter medicine of aggression while talk is on. China, on the other hand, views India as the last stumbling block in its rise as a global hegemon as America and Russia have been silent over the emergence of China as a global power.

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The main cause of the dispute is the creation of an infrastructure in border areas by India. Our negligence for a long time has allowed China to make Pakistan a protectorate of China Which has ceded strategic areas in POK to them. The creation of the Union Territory of Laddakh and the abrogation of Article 370 has put a spanner in the silent nibbling of territories in border areas. Therefore, this standoff or possibly a full-fledged war with China is the destiny of history. What is holding China back is the fact that it knows that it cannot match the valor of the battle-hardened Indian Army. India is in two minds because it still has to realize its potential fully. America’s stated policy is America first. Moreover, America has almost come to terms with China as a global hegemon as it never seriously protested Chinese misadventures in her neighborhood and the South China Sea. Thomas L Friedman and Michael Mendelbaum hinted it almost ten years ago in their bestseller book That Used To Be Us. Russia is weak and is not powerful enough to solve its own boundary disputes with China on her own terms.

Therefore, India will have to take China on her own. We will defeat them in open war. Now is the time to recognize the Tibetan govt. in exile, demand a seat for Taiwan in the UN, poke our nose in Hong Kong and inflict a serious blow to the Chinese economy by banning China in every possible economic way. Come on India, your time has come. The Chinese bubble is waiting to be punctured by an adventurous Indian lad.

The Indian leadership and military strategists have realized it and they have decided to take on the dragon. In Moscow, India and China decided to revisit the border issues between the two countries The change in terminology from Line of Actual Control ( LAC ) to the border is noticeable and significant and it soon became evident with China coming out with a statement that it wanted to solve the boundary dispute taking it back to the status of 1959. India, too, is not satisfied with the LAC as it is the boundary line declared by China suo motto after her victory in the 1962 war. Thousands of kilometers of Indian territory are still under Chinese occupation. No doubt, India wants it back. But China is no Pakistan. We can not thunder in the parliament that we would take it back as we did in the case of POK. Legally, however, our locus standi is the same in both areas.

So, it is going to be a battle of nerves along with military strength and hard diplomacy between India and China. It is in the larger interest of the West to stand by India and weaken and demoralize China through India. At the same time, they would not like India to run away with all the credits of denting Chinese invincibility. After all, the West would like to tame its enemy (China) without making their friend (India) too formidable. Herein lies the test of the depth of our diplomatic skill as to how to maximize the benefit of possible and likely success in the present standoff.

The Pioneer

Kartik Sud

I am working as a News Author With the DefenceXP network, Observing LOC and LAC

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