We have already discussed abt it in the thread.New satellite images appear to show China has built up an area in the Himalayas along a disputed border with India and Bhutan that was the site of a months-long standoff in 2017.edition.cnn.com
From what I understand this provides the Chinese with an alternative road to doklam.
@mokoman @mist_consecutive can you guys clarify or explain please.
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If convicted of a felony, Trump cannot run for office in 2024.
As soon as China built a village there, it became Chinese occupied territory, hence Bhutan no longer has anything to do with it.India won't respond because if we actually wished to there would never have been a village there.
Both bhutan and India have decided to turn a blind eye towards the situation.
We are moving towards war. Make no mistake about it.As soon as China built a village there, it became Chinese occupied territory, hence Bhutan no longer has anything to do with it.
The smart thing to do would be for Indian army to occupy the heights around it, and build roads and infrastructure up to the Indian positions. The fact that Chinese are using civilian infrastructure to occupy land means they are trying to avoid another situation similar to Doklam standoff here due to loss of face last time. These are not 10 foot chinamen but 5 foot uneducated malnourished inexperienced soldiers with poor training in real life. This is why PLA is always avoiding escalation beyond occupation.
This is probably the most strategically important area in the entire India-China border conflict.
On western front, sure - it is inevitable.We are moving towards war. Make no mistake about it.
A proactive Indian government is needed to fast procure arms and ammunition and also work in infra at dazzling speed.
This will come to large-scale war.
Most likely they will keep using India's, Nepal's and Bhutan's unwillingness to fight against them by occupying more and more unoccupied territory and building up more towns (with propaganda of it being good for the poor people), bases and well-entrenched positions, depending on what the situation calls for. Why would they stop when they are able to get away with it without any consequences, and without having to fight?On western front, sure - it is inevitable.
Would love someone game Indo-China war.
If India is not gonna attack, would China take the first step and start the war?
Crossing the Himalayas is easier said than done even with excellent infra.
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