平码四中四公开验证 www.biymp.tw Are Indians daydreaming to beat The People's Republic of China?
Nikhil Ambhorkar, Citizen of India.
No. Indians don't want to beat anybody. They just want to maintain status quo.
From past few years China has been very vocal about its expansionist views and this has raised concerns among all of its neighbours.
Maybe except its friend North Korea.
Hence India as well as many such nations under threat from China's sight on their territory are trying to prepare themselves for God forbids but if such a day ever comes when China tries to capture other countries' territory by force, these countries want to be able to defend themselves.
Now India is the only country in China's neighborhood which has the potential to become the largest democracy, largest economy and have the strongest military.
Hence India will be able to compete with China on the military and economic terms but I don't think any country will be able to defeat other one since now both are Nuclear power.
Nuclear power changes the rules of normal war and hence if a country is near its defeat it can and probably will use nuclear weapons on the opponent out of desperation if pushed into a corner.
So, conclusion stands that India/ Indians are not daydreaming to defeat China but to maintain status quo and retain the part of land which belongs to them and was to co-exist peacefully.
Shrinivas S, Land of Contradictions a.k.a Bharat
Yes, true, very true. It cannot, not in a 100 years.
It is like a Wooden Tank eaten inside by termites, now if pest control is done on time the Wooden Tank looks great else it can collapse. And if that happens the daydreams of Indians will be true.
Yuresh Kumar Sinha, studied at School of Planning and Architecture
Indians are not competitive in that sense. One must understand that India is inherently non-expansionist. We have no ambitions to expand our boundaries. Pakistan doesnot understand that nor does China and that gives us a great moral strength to defend ourselves. If you ever played age of empires you would realise that defence is much cheaper than expansion. Indians make themselves indispensable. That is how we are the CEO's in major amaerican companies and Chinese although there from earlier have never managed to lead an international company that is not Chinese in origin.