India must be prepared to use might if need arises: Prez

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  1. Zebra

    Zebra Senior Member Senior Member

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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The ability of a state to project its military into an area serves as an effective diplomatic lever, influencing the decision-making process and acting as a potential deterrent on other states' behaviour.

    Therefore, India must have the capability to influence adversarial events with its political and diplomatic might that derives its capacity to do so through its military might.
     
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    no smoking Senior Member Senior Member

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    Well, it is like saying: In order to get rich, you have to own a lot of money.
     
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    prohumanity Senior Member Senior Member

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    YES..YES and YES...to President Mukherji.. MIGHT means military+Economic+diplomatic+Knowledge ...all combined together.
     
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    Nicky G Senior Member Senior Member

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    With our neighbors, its likely that the occasion to use this 'might' will arise in the near future. There have been plenty of occasions in the past but we have either resisted the urge or been held back, it would be a real test as to how this current dispensation responds to future provocations.
     
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    You missed this, don't you?

     

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