India-China Policy- Should be assertive or effective?
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India-China Policy- Should be assertive or effective?
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» Anurag, delhi, 2012-10-26 21:20:36
i agree wid u :-)
»Siva, kaddapa, 2013-06-12 21:47:43
The relationship should be Assertive. Both India and China together poses a huge challenge to western hegemony. India is software driven economy, china is manufacture industries driven economy
» Jayanthi, bangalore, 2012-10-26 09:35:30
The relationship should be Assertive. Both India and China together poses a huge challenge to western hegemony. India is software driven economy, china is manufacture industries driven economy. major outsourcing of jobs from US goes to these two asian giants.If BRICS can implement trading in local currency among there representatives, india and china can overcome the skirmishes with border problems,water issues and prove to rest of the world that they have assertive relationship, It would bring profit to both the nations.
» Ks, Russia, 2012-10-30 02:13:32
An assertive China policy, as advocated by some in Parliament and elsewhere, could be damaging to India in many ways. First, it is likely to jeopardize the overall bilateral relations that are still in a transitional phase and are quite sensitive to mutual provocations. Only recently, China cancelled the border talks between the two countries as it was not happy about the invitation to the Dalai Lama to a Buddhist congregation in New Delhi. Second, it will further complicate the ‘security dilemma’ for India since China is way ahead in all indices of military power. The Chinese military consolidation near the LAC and elsewhere is complete whereas India has only recently woken up to the asymmetrical gap. Third, China could also react by derailing other aspects of bilateral relations. The trade ties, supplemented by incremental development of autonomous societal relationships between the two countries could be endangered. Fourth, it might induce a competitive politics and rivalry between the two countries that are just expanding their feet in the new geopolitical tracts. India, at this stage, simply doesn’t have the resources to play the assertion game with China.
 
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