India's emerging power makes Chinese Army worried: Pentagon

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India's emerging power makes Chinese Army worried: Pentagon

India's emergence as an economic, political and military power has left Chinese army worried, even as the two countries in the recent years have increased their economic and military cooperation, a report released by Pentagon said.

"The PLA (People's Liberation Army) remains concerned with persistent disputes along China's shared border with India and the strategic ramifications of India's rising economic, political, and military power," the Pentagon said in its Congressional mandated annual report on China's army.

The 78-page report devotes a small sub-section on India-China relations, along with those on Russia and Central Asian republics. "China has deepened its ties with India through increased trade, high-level dialogues, and an improved military-to-military relationship," the report said.

The two countries have agreed to boost their bilateral trade from USD 11.4 billion in 2007 to USD 40 billion in 2010. India and China have also held several rounds of dialogue over disputed territorial claims.

Sino-Indian defence ties were institutionalised in 2007 with the establishment of an Annual Defence Dialogue and by conducting three bilateral defence exercises since 2007, but the PLA remains worried about the rise of India as a regional and global power and its increasing military might, the report said.

"The PLA has replaced older liquid-fueled nuclear-capable CSS-3 IRBMs with more advanced solid-fueled CSS-5 MRBMs in Western China, and may possibly be developing contingency plans to move airborne troops into the region," the report said.

Elsewhere, it said, the border dispute remains a major cause of tension between the two countries.

"While China and India have improved bilateral relations, tensions remain along their shared 4,057 km border, most notably over Arunachal Pradesh," it said.

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Why US is very much intersted in India Vs China ?:mad:
 

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@ sam are you sleeping from last 3yr just single lone in 3 yr ols thread
 

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chinis don't have the balls to attack India in the near future!the last time they tried to invade us in 1987 they were literally a** who*ped by the Indian Army and ran back with their tails between their legs with over 400 casualties:rotflmao:!even in '62 they fled to china instead of capturing Arunachal Pradesh!:pound:this incidents clearly points out to the fact that PLA is nothing but a paper panda:panda: minus guts:rofl:!
 

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That China should be concerned about India's military acquisitions, deployment and increased clout is but natural being neighbours.

China is more concerned since it looks on the US - India strategic partnership fructifying with the inherent danger of possibly posing a second front to the current turmoil in the SCS and the unending pursuit of the US to 'contain' China.

While China's eastern and northern frontiers are relatively stable, the western frontiers is riddled with ethnic issues and that is a cause for concern since total confidence in the people who inhabit this part of China is not guaranteed as, what the Chinese state, there are 'splittist' elements hard at work. These elements can cause an imbalance in case of any confrontation.

A weak India, notwithstanding the 'splitists' was acceptable, but with the onrush of Indian military modernisation, it becomes an issue that causes the Chinese niggles.
 

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you know what, if China is worrying about India, it is not about India's arm procurement but it is about India's possible collapse.
No matter how many modern weaponry you acquire, they actually will NOT put too much threat to China's security and national interests.

China is worrying about an unstable India, if this country disintegrates someday, its nuclear arsenal can cause a lot of trouble.
 

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you know what, if China is worrying about India, it is not about India's arm procurement but it is about India's possible collapse.
No matter how many modern weaponry you acquire, they actually will NOT put too much threat to China's security and national interests.

China is worrying about an unstable India, if this country disintegrates someday, its nuclear arsenal can cause a lot of trouble.
From which chinese source you got this news saying .. India is going to collapse ...and its unstable... you red chaddi frick...better you think about communist fools propaganda ... the day is not so far .. when you will also collapse like USSR... mad: ...
 
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you know what, if China is worrying about India, it is not about India's arm procurement but it is about India's possible collapse.
No matter how many modern weaponry you acquire, they actually will NOT put too much threat to China's security and national interests.

China is worrying about an unstable India, if this country disintegrates someday, its nuclear arsenal can cause a lot of trouble.
Indeed, I take it that you are a common common Chinese citizen and not in Govt.

Why do I believe that?

Because you live in fantasy and daydream.

Now let us see what People Daily, the mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Govt has to say:

India's military modernisation 'to contain China': PLA Daily

India's decision to boost its military capabilities near the border with China was a political move aimed at "containing" China's rise, the official newspaper of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has said.

The PLA Daily said that India's reported plan to carry out a $13-billion military modernisation, including deployment of 1,00,00 soldiers along the disputed border with China — the biggest expansion since the 1962 war — reflected "adjustments" to India's national security strategy that suggested New Delhi had begun to regard Beijing as a "de facto competitor".

"India has begun to consider China as an opponent," the PLA Daily said.

In recent months, tensions with countries across the South China Sea have prompted a flurry of commentaries in China's state-run media examining relations with neighbours.

India's plans to boost its border security have been viewed by some Chinese analysts as a part of a larger United States-led move to contain China, and by others as a reflection of China's less than successful policies towards many of its neighbours.

"The East China Sea and South China Sea issues have further continued to expose some countries' 'envious, jealous and hateful' attitude toward China," the commentary said. "The changes in the international and regional security landscape will negatively affect China and other countries involved, but they will benefit one country — India," it added, noting that India had also "stepped into the South China Sea issue," referring to recent cooperation with Vietnam.

Chinese analysts have particularly blamed the West for recent tensions with neighbours. Fu Xiaoqiang, a scholar at the state-run China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), told the official China Daily newspaper that India's move to boost its military strength was sourced in a larger plan by the West to contain China.

"The West's vigilance and confinement of China's rise are increasing," he said. "One of its means is to take advantage of China's conflicts and issues with its neighbouring countries, and instigate and radicalise issues to exhaust China's energy, resources and strategic projection."

Jin Yinan, head of the Strategic Research Institute at National Defense University, told the same newspaper that China should "not only remain alert of actions taken by parties to contain its rise, but also actively adjust its strategy and focus on improving its relations with neighbouring countries instead of the big powers."

The PLA Daily said while relations between India and China had developed well with "harmonious" high-level exchanges, the border dispute and the "complex China-India-Pakistan triangle", which was the "biggest problem" in the relationship, had created mistrust.

The commentary said it saw India's military upgrade as the reflection of an anxious domestic elite who viewed China's faster development as a threat.

"Deploying 100,000 more soldiers along the border areas with China is more of a political move than a military one," the newspaper said.

"After taking necessary precautions, China just needs to continue to develop friendly relations with neighbouring countries and adhere to its established security strategy, and then India's troop increase will be in vain."

The Hindu : News / International : India's military modernisation 'to contain China': PLA Daily
So, please quit attempting to be the Chinese govt's spokesman or a know all.

Read your own newspapers and you will realise how your Govt thinks!

And quit this game of fooling the world with comments that are not true, but appears oh so lovely and so peaceful or even dismissive, when in actuality a certain part of the Chinese anatomy is burning!

This is the tripe that you people spread so smoothly and effortlessly and then it turns out a whole lot of lies is why no one trusts what you people say!
 
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From which chinese source you got this news saying .. India is going to collapse ...and its unstable... you red chaddi frick...better you think about communist fools propaganda ... the day is not so far .. when you will also collapse like USSR... mad: ...
no point in arguing with a 50 center mate!after all they have been fed with these type of b.s.:bs: propaganda by the CCP for the last 60 years,so its nothing new:panda:!bechaare don't even have free access to the internet thanks to their CCP,that's why they love to live in their wet dream world created and maintained by these commies:rotflmao:!
 

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you know what, if China is worrying about India, it is not about India's arm procurement but it is about India's possible collapse.
No matter how many modern weaponry you acquire, they actually will NOT put too much threat to China's security and national interests.

China is worrying about an unstable India, if this country disintegrates someday, its nuclear arsenal can cause a lot of trouble.
Only a thorough idiot can worry about India's "collapse" while at the same time propping up the failed terrorist state of Pakistan. If anything, India is more stable than China.
 

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