Colonel Siddharh, Professor Kharat and others continued to report on.
It makes little sense for Beijing to feign surprise that other nations are preparing to meet the Chinese challenge which is not necessarily limited to economic issues. Strangely, while others are mindful of the challenge posed by rising China, India remains trapped in the past Recently a conference on the Relevance of Tibet in the Emerging Regional Situation was held in Delhi.
One of the participants, a professor from Jawaharlal Nehru University, gave the audience a grand lecture on the cultural and civilisational closeness of India and China; other analysts and experts were missing the point, the professor said, because they continue to focus on the nitty-gritty of China-India relations the border issue, Chinese incursions, stapled visas, the ever-growing infrastructure in southern Tibet, etc ; the 'real' solution however was 'civilisational'.
The 'eminent scholar' kept repeating this strange word. Other participants seemed unable to grasp the subtlety of the concept, while yet others, more down-to-earth lamented: After reading a recent article published in Qiushi Journal, the official publication of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, I could better grasp this 'civilisational' business.
The argument developed in the article is: The author goes into recent China-US relations: The only way is to organise forces to fight against them". The author believes that the fundamental principle to be followed is, "If friends come, treat them with wine; if jackals come, we have shotguns for them.
The Qiushi Journal article mentions six strategies believed to have been selected by the US to 'contain' China: The trade war, the exchange rate war, the public opinion war, the anti-China campaign, the military exercises and simulated warfare; and, the setting up of an anti-China alliance.
The author suggests seven counter-strategies. Regarding the 'trade war', the Chinese publication complains: The same stance is taken by the author for the 'exchange rate war' and the other issues raised by him.
As for the "military exercises and simulated warfare", the Qiushiv Journal asserts that the US frequently prevails upon South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and other countries to join military exercises: To encircle China militarily.
Take the case of India, which has always been over-sympathetic to China. What does India get in return? The article goes into great detail about what China should do to "contain the US" on each of the subjects. India is not mentioned: It is probably not considered worth 'containing', China being aware that India has garnered decades of expertise for shooting itself in the foot look at Kashmiri leaders 'offering' Aksai Chin to China, or the Foreign Minister reading another Ambassador's speech in the Security Council.
About the "military exercises and simulated warfare", the Communist Party publication is explicit: China should certainly actively respond, but the issue is how to respond skilfully. Wherever the US chooses to conduct its military exercises, let's pick another location for our military exercise".
The strategy should be 'Besieging Wei to rescue Zhao'. This is one of the famous Thirty-Six Strategies from ancient China. Several years later, the king of the State of Wei attacked the capital of the State of Zhao whose king immediately appealed to the State of Qi for help.
It would be better to wait until both armies wear themselves out. A year later Sun Bin decided the time was ripe to help Zhao:Tienen una vena altruista muy marcada.
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