India should be rationalized along the borderline

Since the June 15 clash on the Sino-Indian border in the Aksai Chin area of ​​the Palawan Valley, New Delhi has provoked nationalist sentiment at home and banned 59 ticktocks and increased trade barriers, triggering conflict rather than inflating Chinese territories, including Weichert.    India has been the sole cause of the skirmish, and for two days, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has openly acknowledged that "no infiltration or occupation of our territory has taken place," and Indians have confirmed injuries and deaths. India. Infiltration into Chinese territory.



Since the June 15 clash on the Sino-Indian border in the Aksai Chin area of ​​the Palawan Valley, New Delhi has provoked nationalist sentiment at home and banned 59 ticktocks and increased trade barriers, triggering conflict rather than inflating Chinese territories, including Weichert.


India has been the sole cause of the skirmish, and for two days, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has openly acknowledged that "no infiltration or occupation of our territory has taken place," and Indians have confirmed injuries and deaths. India. Infiltration into Chinese territory.

China's Foreign Ministry has protested India's adventures, saying it was a major breach of the agreement between Beijing and New Delhi on border relations and international relations.

However, India is more inclined to make the situation worse than to realize that the US and other Western countries, not Beijing or New Delhi, could benefit from the growing hostility between the two neighbors.

The ruling party in India has threatened to neutralize the success of the two parties after years of trying to rule the nationalism. Therefore, India must think twice before pursuing its radical policies against China.

First, India must abandon its colonial mentality and try to turn China's Tibet Autonomous Region into a buffer zone to protect its national security. This is the root cause of India's aggressive behavior as a successor to colonial power in the Indian subcontinent and hostile to any infrastructure creation towards China.

Given the growing national power, there is no reason for China to keep its borders from developing. China has never crossed the line of control to prevent India from rapidly building infrastructure. For example, despite conflicts with China, India must negotiate to resolve border disputes.

Second, India makes a mistake by using the current volatile international situation to take advantage of the US's fighting behavior against China to expand its territory across the border. With the US becoming China's top strategic rival, China faces growing challenges in the global arena. Washington is encouraging New Delhi to occupy the land that Beijing will compromise on its territorial integrity in order to turn India into a pawn in the geopolitical game against China. But China is also responding to the smallest border infiltration.

India suffered defeat in the 1962 border war because it accepted that China would not fight to regain its land. Since China will never compromise its sovereignty and territorial integrity, India should not make the same mistakes again.

Third, the government of India should avoid manipulating nationalism to advance its political agenda. From skirmishes in the Galvan Valley, almost all factions of Indian society seem to be embroiled in a nationalist mania that is not part of an ancient civilization with thousands of years of history.

Border conflicts and the boycott of Chinese products and calls for investment have also been a major part of the Indian media in fostering nationalist sentiment. In the wake of national security concerns, the Indian government has banned almost all Chinese mobile apps, ignoring the interests of over 200 million Indian consumers. This increased the total number of soldiers to 36,000, giving emergency orders for more military equipment and ammunition. These aggressive Indian actions have made the border situation worse.

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