The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. -Sun Tzu
When China announced its $46 billion investment to develop a "silk road" thr...
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As India continues to gain its footing on the global stage, it continues to revise the manner in which it approaches bilateral, regional and international relations.
A century ago, the great British geopolitician, Sir Halford Mackinder, called Kashmir one of the world's primary strategic pivots -- the nexus of continents, empires, and civilizations.
In spite of million man armed forces and nuclear weapons, India feels increasingly threatened by China's rise. The Indians know full well that China expects obedience from its neighbors.
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