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  • anjali d

    15 December 2022 at 11:11 AM

    my view is that china is trying to expand their territory in India, so their may be a chance of war btw the both the countries.

    • Abhishek Malik

      16 December 2022 at 4:07 PM

      War!!! I guess it is an exaggeration… I think it will develop as a long lasting event of continuous aggressions..

  • UPSC World

    15 December 2022 at 11:25 AM

    Thanks for opening this discussion. Let me briefly explain the incident in simple terms.

    • The recent clash in Arunachal Pradesh took place along the LAC in the Tawang heights near a point called Yangtse in Eastern Tawang.
    • This part of the LAC is one of the “agreed disputed areas” between the two sides, according to military sources.
    • This time the PLA had “pre-planned” the transgression for an “opportune” time.
    • The location of the skirmish is described as heavily forested terrain, with Chinese troops occupying “top of the wall” positions with deep supply lines and infrastructure.
    • The incident came days after China expressed objection to Operation Yudhabhyas, an India-US joint military exercise at Auli in the Uttarakhand hills
      • China claimed it was a violation of the 1993 and 1996 border agreements.
    • The continuing military tensions at different points along the 3,000 km-Line of Actual Control come as India took the presidency of the G-20, a grouping of the world’s leading economies that includes China.
    • After the clash, the Indian side is said to have used Radio Frequency (RF) signal geolocation equipment to reconstruct satellite images.
  • anjali d

    15 December 2022 at 11:27 AM

    ‘There has been a shift in India’s Tibet Policy.’ Discuss the statement in the event of
    increasing tensions between India and China. Discuss

  • Abhishek Malik

    16 December 2022 at 4:11 PM

    Since there is the government -in- exile of Tibet is working from India, there has not been a drastic shift in India’s stand. Although the most significant event was the acceptance of Tibet as a part of Chine, but that’s not a recent one.

    So, I think there has not been a significant shift in India’s policy towards Tibet…

    Although we can go for a shift.

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