The China Challenge: Standoff, Stalemate & India's Preparedness Part II

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StratNewsGlobal

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Ай бұрын

The current standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in Eastern Ladakh will be four years old next month. Amid periodic Chinese border aggression, how prepared is India? How real are the chances of a two-front war for India, one that involves China and Pakistan? What can India do to prevent China from becoming a dominant player in the Indian Ocean Region? As part of an earlier series called 'Strategic Insight', StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale speaks to military veterans to get a historical perspective of Chinese muscle-flexing, the lessons from those episodes and how India needs to deal with the China challenge.

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@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
Ty Nitin.. for these wonderful well informed guests.. younger audiences need to listen to tpodcast and understand what India is.
@nitinjoshi6216
@nitinjoshi6216 Ай бұрын
Wonderful narration
@navneet8269
@navneet8269 Ай бұрын
Nitin ji this your all time grest effort about China matter. I want to say you this entire conversation should be published as a book,aminent &vetner personality those participating,they make a very Defence asset for our country . (My English is weak,pl read with cor..)
@ptrakoo5363
@ptrakoo5363 Ай бұрын
India must become stronger Militarily because she is facing two hostile neighbors China and Pakistan.
@vijaykumar-vz7xf
@vijaykumar-vz7xf Ай бұрын
Excellent episode, NG!! It is of vital importance for all, to be clear on the history of our boundaries and the rationale which forms the basis of our present stance on these borders. The generals who took part in the discussion, had excellent domain awareness on both the historic roots & strategic ramifications of these areas, which they could bring to the table. While this was good as a primer for those uninintiated on the subject, presenting the contrarian perceptions and justifying why our claims are legitimate would have lend more credence to the discussion. More maps, photos & videos of the places being discussed would also be welcome. Of course, there will be a time penalty, which I feel will be worth, for those who follow these channels.
@sagarmeena0210
@sagarmeena0210 Ай бұрын
very knowledge disccussion about the borders..
@Sahil-gx1pk..
@Sahil-gx1pk.. Ай бұрын
Very insightful discussion, in discussion everything circles around positivity but do not focus on the worst case scenario
@malmalhi007
@malmalhi007 Ай бұрын
I believe that the likelihood of a two-front war is increasing, with Pakistan potentially being the first to deploy a tactical nuclear weapon over Punjab. This could happen if Indian forces are overpowering China at the border. Is India prepared to handle such a situation?
@Nationfirstalwaysfirst_IND
@Nationfirstalwaysfirst_IND Ай бұрын
If India should ready for 2 front, like wise pakistan should also ready for 3 front n china should also ready for five front war.
@shekarraju6395
@shekarraju6395 Ай бұрын
Nitin cannot stop intervention in between
@nrao8977
@nrao8977 Ай бұрын
Adat se majbur. If he knows so much, why invite experts?
@malmalhi007
@malmalhi007 Ай бұрын
@@nrao8977 do you know everything? It is important to intervene to allow listeners to consider and clarify through the host. Not everyone is as intelligent as you to understand the whole story in a single flow.
@nrao8977
@nrao8977 Ай бұрын
@@malmalhi007 Nitin Ji is not adding anything. He repeats exactly what his guests say. Of course, there is a good chance that some of his folders do not see this as a problem. 🙄
@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
@@nrao8977 so your mission here is as a surveillance instrument to guide and control what is being presented on Nitin's content.. am I correct?
@assassincreed1238
@assassincreed1238 Ай бұрын
India gdp 3.4 million China gdp 17 million there military budget is incomparable including there infrastructure
@phalady
@phalady Ай бұрын
The retired generals, as usual, are still living in an 80s infantry world, talking about shifting infantry west to east, some nonsense about B2 bombers in Diego Garcia and USA helping tie up China forces in Taiwan strait. They don't get that USA will NOT intervene if China attacks India. US will express shock, insist China immediately cease hostilities, and urge calm. That's it, nothing more. Also disappointing that nobody in the panels, except one of the ladies perhaps, showed any appreciation of PLA conventional capabilities. Zero discussion on: Cyberdefence: On Oct 12 2020, PLA cyber-attacked Mumbai by planting 'trojan horses' in its power systems, causing 12 hour outage. This happened in 'peace-time'. Imagine what they can do in war. How will India protect its civilian and mil comm networks? Every Indian mil network, heck, every airport network, satellite network, power and telecom grid is vulnerable to PLA. Zero discussion on this. PLA Rocket forces: How will Indian mil defend against well-equipped PLA rocket forces? India has no rocket force. With artillery and a handful of Brahmos batteries? Again, no discussion. PLA drones: How will Indian mil defend against hundreds, maybe even thousands of AI-guided PLA drones, when India does not have a single domestic armed drone program? With handful of imported Reapers, Harpys? Nobody had a clue. Air forces: How will IAF, with under-strength squadrons stack up to PLAAF w/ stealth + strategic bomber capability? One can only hope (and pray) that the 'real' Indian strategic planners have done a proper appreciation of PLA conventional capabilities.
@diwakardeshpande
@diwakardeshpande Ай бұрын
It seems you want india to open all its cards😂
@phalady
@phalady Ай бұрын
@@diwakardeshpande Let's assume you are right and India has some cards it doesn't want to show. The Chinese brought down Mumbai's power grid in Oct 2020 for more than 12 hours. Which card did India play?
@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
an hour and 17 minutes was well presented... How much more can be stuffed into a pint pot?
@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
@@diwakardeshpande when strong look weak!!!
@nrao8977
@nrao8977 Ай бұрын
These discussions have stale arguments. Instead of recycling, can we bring people who can add to the body of knowledge, please?
@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
Go watch Arnab Goswami.. all fresh there!!
@nrao8977
@nrao8977 Ай бұрын
@@anunrealproduction1438 Let me try getting this. So, politics and military affairs are equal-equal. But then unreal-production. What 2 do?
@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
@@nrao8977 they are part of the whole
@nrao8977
@nrao8977 Ай бұрын
@@anunrealproduction1438 Stale discussions are stale. And, I would be surprised if old clips were reused.
@anunrealproduction1438
@anunrealproduction1438 Ай бұрын
@@nrao8977 so this channel is not for you.. Arnab's Republic TV is always fresh..scoot!!
@zdulski40
@zdulski40 Ай бұрын
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