‘Complicated’ but not a ‘zero sum game’: S Jaishankar on India-China relations
NEW DELHI: The relationship between India and China is not a “zero sum game” and the two nations should approach each other with strategic maturity, foreign secretary S Jaishankar said on Friday.
Describing the bilateral ties as “complicated”, he said but one should not ignore the collaborative and convergent side of the relationship as well.
Asserting that India expected China to be appreciative of its interests, especially when they are not in conflict with those of Beijing, he said, “Combating terrorism is one such area and sanctioning of well-known terrorist leaders and organisations should not emerge as an issue of difference.
India believes, like China, in a multipolar world. But, unlike China, it does not believe in a unipolar Asia…
Tell Modi to dismantle Chinese boilers in Adani”s power plant. first.
You can”t survive without made in China.
China strategy is straight forward, they want to make $70-100 Billion every Year of Indian consumers. They want to keep AP, Ladakh, Kashmir alive as disputed areas.
China uses North Korea to contain South Korea just like it uses Pakistan to contain India. USA in denial mode in both cases
Show us a neighboring country who got good relation with India.
If China don”t want friendly relations with India , why India is in business term with China , who will continue nue sense on Indian Soil with their spyies as contractor , worker. Modiji”s weakness with Chinse PM will keep India in problem.
Make India economical power by increasing bilateral/strategic relations with Japan,South Korea,Taiwan,Vietnam,Malaysia,Indonesia,Singapore,Australia,UK,EU,Us,Russia etc but reduce trade balance with China either by increasing exports otherwise reducing imports.
No complication ,,,,,dont trust china,,,that”s it
The best way to counter China is to play T*bet card same like Balochistan..
Vishnu Swaroop Kyanam
China is against the Development of India. China is Supporting Pakistan to Export Terrorists to India. China needs to Change its Stance.
Please stop buying chinese product online and as well offline.
As this is adding to the economic of Dragon and they are biting us only .
These MF cannot be trusted
Venkatesh J Iyer
Never trust the Chinese, they will one day join pakistan in openly attacking us. Already they are silently helping the various naxal movements and separatist movements in india. True indians will avoid buying any chinese products
What is this guy smoking? The Chinese just can”t be trusted. They think they are a superior people. You can”t work with someone like that
Whatever be the equation, there must be a ”tit-for-tat” policy on the Indian side. If they block our NSG membership we should not let them get away with the South China Sea situation. Hit them where it hurts and stop being dumb victims of pacifism.
The USA”s biggest fear is if India and China join hands and if BRICS economic system is successful in replacing IMF and the World Bank