Demonstrate sensitivity to core interests: India to China

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  1. AK471993

    AK471993 Regular Member

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    Asking China to demonstrate sensitivity to its core interests, India has said that Asian countries would judge China's "peaceful rise" not so much by the intentions of its leadership as by their "actions". Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao said China's rise, which presents both challenges as well as opportunities, will be "watched" closely.

    "There will be both competition and cooperation but a stable dynamic equilibrium can be maintained within the larger matrix of dialogue and diplomacy. But China has to demonstrate sensitivity to India's core interests," she said while delivering a speech at a seminar recently.

    The remarks come in the backdrop of India's serious concern over Chinese policy of issuing stapled visas to residents of Jammu and Kashmir which New Delhi feels is impingement on the country's "sovereignty and territorial integrity". China also refused visa to a high-ranking Army officer, commanding Jammu and Kashmir and this led to suspension of defence exchanges between the two countries.

    Recently China also issued stapled visas to two Indian sportsmen from Arunachal to take part in the Weightlifting Grand Prix at Fujian province.

    On global issues, Rao said India and China have several areas where cooperation has been possible - ranging from WTO trade matters, environment to energy security.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/Demonstrate-sensitivity-to-core-interests-India-to-China/Article1-651816.aspx
     
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  3. Oracle

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    It is immature of GoI's spokesperson to request China to be sensitive. Insensitivity is what drives CCP's policies. Talk less, work more. Build a robust defense and shut up CCP forever. To start with, let's change our nuclear doctrine from no-first-use to pre-emptive strike as and when needed.
     
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    Bro no first use policy is only for non nuclear countries and in case of nuclear armed countries there is always a possibility of pre-emptive strike . Its not about policy but about will power to implement . there are enough policies now and if implemented seincerely we would be in diffrent league and China would never dare to poke us. when whole GOI is shit scared of chinese military nothing can be done . Bring in whatever policy there wont be any implementation.
     
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    I guess, no-first-use policy is irrespective of countries - nuclear or non-nuclear!
     
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    nrj Stars and Ambassadors Stars and Ambassadors

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    I think its specific statement from GOI's end, when you follow the sequence serially -


     
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    I just fail to understand why on earth china should show any sensitivity towards indian concerns? can some one please explain me? When Sri Lanka gives a damn to indian concerns why the holly hell china should even consider india as something alive and consequential. bull shit.dimag kharab mat kar yaar, thora hawa ane de.
     
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    well i want to tell a formual the formula of nature

    world is only for stronger at last stronger eat weaker lions has right to eat jungle animals

    so guys now we have to show the world we are lion not the jungle animals
     
  9. Nagraj

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    well except for the last line i agree with your whole analysis.
    the world is moving from nuclear deterent to economic deterrent.
    we should make our economy strong first.
    once the economy is strong we can make our militry strong as well.
    take a look at china they have not indulged in any misadventure for past 30 yrs instead they focussed on economy.
    we should do the same try to avoid battle war chest thumping for next 5o yrs after that we can afford all the chest thumping.
     

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