In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by U.S

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  1. ArmchairGeneral

    ArmchairGeneral Regular Member

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    In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by U.S. - The Hindu

    feeling threatened by Obama's visit, no doubt :pft: :rofl:
     
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    How about China tells this to Pakis!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    The "zero-sum trap" caution would have been valid if China gave us reason to trust it. While Xi was enjoying our hospitality, his soldiers were infiltrating into our territory.
     
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    ha ha ha first pakis and now chinese......getting heartburn. by the way we Indian know the perfect place to put Chinese advice, because it looks like Chinese forgot both their place (which is either a scrap yard or:toilet:) and they forgot the foreign policy of India which is by the way far more matured than Chinese.
     
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    hahahahahahahahaha gand phat paki :lol:
     
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    Pakis and China aka The Axis of Evil should keep this handy... :lol:

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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    Meanwhile in China :

    China says Pakistan 'most reliable friend', vows to 'help in all respects' - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

    RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif's visit to China has opened new doors of cooperation between the two countries.

    The army chief held important meetings with the Chinese leadership, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations Major General Asim Bajwa tweeted.

    Meng Jianzhu, member of Politburo — Communist Party's second highest council — termed China's relationship with Pakistan "beyond individuals" adding that "Pakistan's concern is China's concern".

    Chinese State Leader Yu Zhengsheng termed Pakistan as the "most reliable friend" and said just as Pakistan has always stood by China, Chinese government and its people will stand with Pakistan and help it in all respects.
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    They need this:

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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    If the article is from Global Times , We should ignore it. My impression of Global times is that it exists to provide an alternate view point from what CCP does and says. We know all well that nothing comes out without CCP's approval. Global Times sole existence is to keep all parties happy, Just so that nobody can say that CCP is biased.
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    Maybe.
    But could it be that GT is used to send out messages that they can not officially do ? :hmm:

    In any case, "The Hindu" has manipulated the headline a little bit.
    Below is the original article link:
    India, China mustn’t fall into trap of rivalry set by the West - Global Times
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    India wants peace and stability in the region. India's core interest is IOR and S.Asia. The recent developments like Nuke submarine docking at Srilankan port and Chinese intrusions are not helping the cause of strengthening the bilateral relationship and building confidence between the two giants.

    No one wants their domination to be challenged by two powers rising in the east. But it is wiser for the two nations to identify their main concerns and address them so that the region will remain peaceful. There is no "zero sum game" in diplomacy and there is always space Every country will balance their diplomatic relations these days and want to diversify, as this is not cold war era where nations are firmly in either of the two blocks.

    India considers China as one of the engines for its growth, the vast market in China presents many opportunities for India. It is wiser for India and China to establish good trade relations so that both India and China win at the same time.





     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    this is not a new news...
    the USA is a "king of diplomatic traps"....
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    Wow at-last India entered US,Jpn club.

    So unofficial club US+Jpn+India (Aus+Asean countries also join if possible) to check mate China+Noko+Pork! :lol:

    Main problem is Russia,Is russia will be silent or stand with China.:confused:
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    NO, Chinese didn't ask your trust. Instead, they just remind you that American is not better than Chinese on credit history.

    And India soldiers were infiltrating into Chinese territory at the same time.
    After all, that is a disputed territory claimed by both sides. Until both sides settle their border, it is legitimate that both sides soldiers get into their "own" territory.
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    Did we ask for your advise? If not than MYOB. They tried Pakistan to contain communism. Than China against USSR. Both the nations broke their trust. They found a nation with common goals and no desire to illegally occupy foreign lands, respect for democracy, protect the patents and burning desire of a new visionary PM who wants the best for his citizens. If Americans betray us than it will be their loss.
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    not sure why it is not said that the PRC and India attempting to get closer with USA together. perhaps India can suggest a tri-lateral assemblage with USA and PRC.

    PRC and India have a lot of common economics and benefits to work together.
     
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    Re: In R-Day message, China tells India don't fall into ‘trap’ laid by

    Economic relations are happening otherwise. Trilateral assemblage is a very hard to digest concept for PRC.
    PRC wanted to keep away USA not just because of the multipolar concept nations envision but more than that PRC wants to keep the capitalism far far away from its shores to preserve the communist model of administration.

    Capitalism with free flow of ideas will disintegrate the Chinese Commie Gods control over its people and state infrastructure.
    USA can force PRC to liberate its market, administration framework, investment portfolio etc etc.which are not good for communism also PRC will become more transparent.

    India on the otherhand has experienced its share of all ideologies and philosophies through its vibrant democracy. It has taken what it can ..stalled whats not compatible and rejected what it cant. With its collective experience and psych it has chosen wisely. India has evolved through trial and errors, so its diplomacy works in a more conductive way rather than high handedness.
     

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