India’s border dispute with China is quite old. Of late China has raised border disputes with its other neighbours too. The increasingly strained relations with Japan are a pointer to China’s aggressive ways as regards its neighbours. We have to wait and watch to see how the just appointed Chinese premier and CPC President deal with neighbours and whether they adopt a sensible approach to handle relations with neighbours as otherwise China’s economic agenda would be adversely impacted.
There is at least one common area where both countries could contribute without any apparent ' loss of face' or ' exchange of territory'. The rampant corruption.
KEL says at 11.44 " China is going to go down in the next 10 years;"
KEL says at 11.28 PM : " Perhaps, this time it will be China that will colonise India! "
Boss any doctor nearby ??
Everyone has to understand, that for every reason, the opposite reason exists, and importantly, there seems to be no reason, behind the reason, and it's opposite. Why is the U. S. A. worried about terrorism? Because people find that they cannot understand, why they have to become terrorists, both the U. S. A. and the terrorists. There seemed to be a reason given, to attack the U. S. A., by the terrorists, according to the U. S. A., but the reason didn't hold with the same nation. The U. S. A. is not antagonistic towards religion. To them, they were being attacked for no reason. That is why, they said they feel, that terrorism is a phenomenon that is prominent to perception, and they feel that it will continue, because they cannot change the perception they are against religion, when they are not. To be fair, President Obama is a nice person, but can one person make a difference? The Indian P. M. Indira Gandhi was assassinated, because of how some people felt she was trying to influence religion. I suspect, people felt that she was influencing the Sikh religious committee in a certain manner. Or, perhaps, not. It seemed, that the militants and the government just made the situation tragic for people. I hope I have not been very candid, unnecessarily. I admired Indira Gandhi, and thought she was going to win the next election, which was close. I think the Sikh religion expresses God, in a manner which people love and revere. This was a great tragedy.
The article sets a positive tone. The points it makes are sensible.
This article has no "Logic"!
Chinese CAN NEVER be trusted! India should not forget 1962 War! India has got to sttrengthen its armed forces; its manufacturing capabilities; co-operate intensively with the EU and the USA and get hold of the latest technologies. Late Nehru made the biggest mistake of aligning India with the untrusting Russians! Hence no technological development could take place.
China is going to go down in the next 10 years; it GDP will grow by measle 3-4%; its exports to the EU and the USA will become negligible. Exports to other countries will not bring that much money, as it will have to sell damn cheap to these countries, since people in these countries have no purchasing power.
It will be survival for China and it will go the Russian way!
The scrible of this article does not live in a real World!
A recent study suggests that the BRICS are running out of steam, with China and India trending towards much lower growth, something close to four per cent. That may be as good a reason as any other for both nations to reach out to each other.
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