Sino-Indo Netizen Debate Contest DFI -GTF initiative follow some points here...

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    As we all know,China and Pakistan have good relationships.There‘s one important reason:we solve our land dispute,so we can help each other respond to the threat of India.And Pakistan also don't tolerate Xinjiang Separatist forces activity in Pakistan.She don't have big interest conlict with China,and China and Pakistan defend our respective interests together.


     
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    In my opinion, China and India is hardly friends, and it is not trust or distrust decides the biliteral relationship. It is the national interest decides the biliteral relationship.

    In the perspect of Geopolitik, China and India are both regional big powers. They will not surrender to each other in the leadership over Asia.

    China needs oil now and India lays military forces on China's oil path, ie, the Malaca Strait. India also worries about China's investment in its neighbors like Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Nepal.

    In the aspect of regional cooperation, India is only an observer to the Shanghai Cooperative Organization, which is initiated by China. India wishes no full participation.

    There are also un-settled border disputes and the essential disputes in treating Dalai Lama.

    Added to the above is the ideology. India is proud to be a pioneer in Asian democracy. It sees China a non-democratic country and thus a rival.

    There are also cooperation between India and China like what happened in Davos World Economic Forum and UN Climate Summit. As both being developing countries they wish to voice for the rights of the developing countries. But this is more of a show rather than crutial interest.

    In summary, it is not a problem of whether trust each other or not. It is the national interest of both the countries that decides the biliteral relationship. The national interest decides that they can't trust each other at all.




    From the Indian perspective, the principal problems we have with China are territorial disputes. As long as those remain, and the perception in India remains that China is using Pakistan to harm India's regional and global ambitions, there will always be mistrust of Chinese intentions.

    I'm not sure how China views India, but in India, China is viewed as not just a competitor, but a long term military threat. There are two reasons for this-unsolved territorial issues resulting in several clashes between the two countries, and the Chinese proliferation of nuclear weapons as well as conventional military assistance to Pakistan. As a result, you will find that the Indian military posture is geared toward a two-front war.

    The other issues you raised are minor. China and India are predicted to be the top economic and military powers by 2050. Is it wise for China to permanently adopt an antagonistic posture towards India by arming and financing her worst enemy or have friendly relations with a large fellow Asian country?

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    The Indians talked a lot about the war between different ideology. They are enthusiastic about fighting China by uniting all democracies.
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    India is not the USA, and Indians don't have an ideological obsession with democracy. India had a socialist past, and was allied with the USSR during the Cold War. In fact, India's constitution describes the country as a "socialist country". To speak of an "ideological war" is nonsense.
     

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