India is not China’s primary threat and South Asia is not China’s primary theater.
Conflict between these two countries would not address any key security conflicts for China. Moreover, this would only yield minimal returns and probably expose China to a two-front war with the US and India.
By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke (note: This article was originally published in “The Eastern Herald”. The link to the original destination is attached at the end of the page) The COVID-19 outbreak has shaken the world and virtually paralyzed our daily lives. Many parts of the world are under strict […]
Abstract: The surge in the frequency and intensity of climate change impacts has raised the alarm about how this could hamper coastal activities. Several critical ports in the Indo-Pacific region are hubs of international trade and at the same time vulnerable to typhoons, taller waves and erosion. India’s […]
China’s rapid economic development over the course of the last quarter century has been heavily dependent on foreign sources of energy, its power sources are imported up to 70% from other countries. Hence China started to concentrate on the ways and means to get the same to its […]