China Preparing 'Small' Military Operation to Expel Indian Troops

China Preparing 'Small' Military Operation to Expel Indian Troops”

Challenges are so huge across borders that one can not provide solutions in isolation. It is also responsible for the security of the Chinese capital. And yet, the problem is the inevitability of conflicts between nations that threaten to destroy the very narrative.

India had also cited the Bhutanese foreign ministry as emphasising that "the construction of the road inside Bhutanese territory is a direct violation of the 1988 and 1998 agreements between Bhutan and China and affects the process of demarcating the boundary between these two countries".

Moreover, China's grand strategy - expanding its strategic as well as status interests - in south Asia has, in a decisive manner, guided its economic policies in this region. Indian media claim a standoff occurred when China started building a road in Doklam.

In an interview to The Citizen on the India-China face off in Doklam, Karat said that New Dehi does not seem to be understanding the seriousness of the Chinese intentions. Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj's speech in the Rajya Sabha on India-China standoff comes as a breath of fresh air in the highly surcharged atmosphere at Doklam. "Therefore, backward integration of domestic manufacturing has to be in place, if we are serious about curbing imports from China", he told

China Daily, the official English-language newspaper, said that while Beijing was not in the mood for a fight, India should not read anything into the "unusually restrained" standoff.

India has taken a hard stance against China in the latest stand-off. Now, President Xi heads the Central Military Commission (CMC), which is unified command enabling greater integration and control. Based on Indian government's own estimation, the country's illiteracy rate is around 20 to 30 percent, while the number in China is only 4 percent. Other examples include China's position on the challenge of cross-border terrorism facing India and on India's membership in global nuclear energy networks. This is because, two giant economies are intertwined in massive trade exchanges worth $70 billion. China's modus operandi for expanding trade relations with states has deliberately emphasised buying off the political elite in the country concerned.

"But in case of China, India is certainly oblivious to the military power and preparedness of China and is totally mistaken about its own capabilities, taking encouragement probably from its growing links with some other powers of the world". Bilateral trade has already surged from under $3 billion in 2000 to almost $70 billion in 2016. "India always wanted smooth relations on relations with China". The defense cooperation between the USA and India is witnessing upward trajectory.

A dirt road in a desolate mountain pass high in the Himalayas between China and India has sparked "one of the worst border disputes between the nuclear-armed rivals in more than 30 years", says Al Jazeera.

The Chinese military must not be underestimated, Desai said. In fact, there is no "conflict". It is India that has broken the status quo by trespassing onto Chinese soil.

India has larger stakes there, primarily with the three major hydro-power projects that have been making significant progress.

In another editorial, it had also claimed that India has more in common with China than with the United States. Still, Chinese officials warn that the row with India could have a long-term impact on their relationship, whether or not the dispute results in any sort of military exchange.

Most of these nations share physical borders with India, facilitating imports from it with low transaction cost.

"As of now nothing, no solutions!" It succeeded in setting up 18 Indian check posts along the Nepal-China border.

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