Indian scholars that remain in the interest of China-Indian border dispute (Figure)
data Figure: Indian soldiers are training
LONDON September 15: India’s leading politicians Pye (NitinPai) and Suha Singh (SushantKSingh) recently wrote jointly in the media, although the situation in India because of the border dispute over sovereignty and appears very sensitive, but the two sides of war is not likely. However, they also suggested India to strengthen Sino-Indian border troops on one side of the Himalayas, the quality of one’s own, to check the modern short-range forces accelerating the People’s Liberation Army.
article pointed out that China will be the opening move for the issuance of the war will be a huge strategic mistake, for two reasons: First, the two countries as nuclear powers determines the possibility of conventional military escalation of the conflict, the leaders in Beijing is also very difficult to determine whether New Delhi will stick by its “no first use of nuclear weapons” commitment; Secondly, a direct military confrontation – whether launched from China – are inevitable alliance with the United States forced the Indian onto the road. This will not only strengthen China’s two strategic opponent’s strength, but also against China’s “peaceful rise” Myth – “peaceful rise” in Central Asia and East Asia is China’s foreign policy success for the foundation. Therefore, the possibility of war in India is negligible.
However, the article is that maintaining Sino-Indian border disputes in China’s interest – in the two Asian giants China and India as a regional and global power rise when the border disputes between the two countries to contain China just geopolitical India political tool. As long as there is dispute, India will hope to resolve it. Similarly, as long as China to maintain border tension to some extent, it can prevent India from China too.
article said, the future development of Sino-Indian border dispute, the general outline is quite clear that the status quo. In other words, after some adjustment, the share of Arunachal Pradesh in India, and China occupied Aksai Chin. However, as early as April 1960, when India had rejected this proposal – then Premier Zhou Enlai to India’s founding Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru made the proposal – but China is still unwilling to move forward step further. Chinese scholars have said the reason for China this attitude, because the Beijing leadership to recognize the elected political leaders in New Delhi is difficult to open to compromise.
article that the current stability in the border is an “armed balance”, so the border conflict between the two countries must also ensure that the controllable range. This is the two countries from the 1962 Sino-Indian War lessons learned. It is noteworthy that the PLA currently India 1.5 km depth and along the painted in red paint on top of rock, in the Ladakh region of the PLA helicopters dropped food and other canned provocative events was entirely by the hot media is caused by a radical, Indian Foreign Ministry and the armed forces are very low-key performance.
article also checks and balances for the Indian People’s Liberation Army’s strength and growth are suggested. First, China and India at all levels of military and political officers to maintain close communication. In addition to open-Prime line, the two sides also need to strengthen communication between military commanders at all levels, and contact. Second, India must continue to invest in strengthening its conventional defense facilities to ensure that the military balance between India and the Himalayan border in the face of the rapid modernization of the PLA was still stable. This requires detailed planning in India, including new types of military facilities and troops deployed position, the possibility of misunderstanding each other to a minimum. (Compiled: Spring)