- Sep 2, 2013
Re: Japan-India-Vietnam Strategic Trilateral- An Asian Security Impera
Just to add a clear-cut clarification; the India-Japan-Vietnam Strategic Military alliance that i would propose,
given the opportunity is not necessarily aimed at any particular country and is not necessarily a containment arrangement.
Now, I agree to your suggestion....with this clarification that this alliance should not be against any particular country...like China. Because if we pre define an enemy and then, make alliance, I fear India is falling in the Western trap and end up being used for the West's "China containment and global hegemony policy" India never wanted to control and enslave any nation..its the western powers who has this narcissistic disease of enslaving other nations. India and China can co-exist if both have very powerful, militaries and reach to conclusion that war means MAD(mutually assured destruction)
Same for West, If West starts realizing that attacking a major nation like Russia, India,China can result in MAD, it certainly and quickly will be cured of the disease called" Hegemonia" and learn the great Indian value of "peaceful coexistence" Yes, Shinzo want to free Japan from clutches of US, but that is not possible in next 25 years at least . India should not rush to alliance as it will lead to indirect control of West on India's military as Japan is still a puppet and client state of US. I believe India by itself is capable of dealing with any threat .Just imagine the power of a few million Indian young men and women as Cyber warriors who can blow up any enemy's computer systems and cause havoc with their financial and banking operations. It's the determination and strong will of 1.2 billion Nationalistic Indians which can stand up to any nation or group of nations. India does not need to be subservient to West because West still harbors the illusion of being the controller of the Universe.