The Chaos Doctrine would be haphazard in nature for any outsider but will have a pattern known only to the executioner.
According to a report published by 41% of the cyber-attacks across the world in 2017, originated from China, 3 years later the number has only surged higher. Eleven years after operation Aurora, China prepares for a more aggressive attack at the cyber realm of a completely unexpected territory–the littoral zones. The maritime trade is the most vulnerable to cyber espionage which has the capability to sink a ship. But are we prepared to counter it?
Napoleon was a brilliant soldier and Xi must be an extraordinary politician to survive in China but both of them make horrible military-political blunders.
Racial Tensions In America, Communal Tensions & Maoist Terrorism In India—Democracy To Destruction—The Communist Non-Contact Warfare
Recent reports allege that China was involved in unleashing racial tensions in America, but this is not the first time the communist regime has been found with it’s hands in the cookie jar. Be it Taiwan, Sri Lanka or India, communists have customised strategies of non-contact warfare for destabilising every democracy across the globe. The plan is executed surreptitiously in stages, through a third party which ensures the trail doesn’t lead to the spy agencies of China
Ever wondered why is there’s a paucity of information about Chinese spy agencies? China’s offence is dependent on “1000 grains of sand” spying strategy and aggression at the border. India must ensure atleast a 3:1 troop density along the LAC to deter China.
The $400 billion deal was first proposed in a Jan 2016 trip to Iran by Xi Jinping. Around the same time in May 2016, Indian PM Modi visited Iran to sign the 10-year Chabahar port contract. Was Modi in Iran for a great future gameplan?
The Tocqueville Paradox says–reforms by a weakened dictatorship tends to trigger a revolution. China is witnessing the same. This is the right time for India to take on China on a non-military front.
Deception has been an age old tactic of China. Sun Tzu’s strategies may help Xi Jingping in internal politics but not in case of a war, which now is a certainty. Albeit, this will not be India’s war alone.
Pakistan Announces Elections In Gilgit-Baltistan As Baba Jan And Other Political Leaders Remain Behind The Bars, India asks Pakistan to vacate the region
No human rights, no political rights and no free judges. There’s no reason why we should remain a part of this country (Pakistan)– says Baba Jan, a sane voice from Gilgit Baltistan. India has repeatedly warned Pakistan against holding election in this disputed region. But to no avail.
Indian submarine surveillance network ready to catch Chinese submarines, Japan and America are partners
India has been fortifying it’s land borders and littoral zones against Chinese intrusions.The much speculated US-Japan “fish-hook” SOSUS (sound surveillance sensors chain) has now touched Andaman-Nicobar Islands. Now India is ready to bait Chinese ships and submarines.
A 300 year old Tibetan skull, beautifully engraved with Hindu mantra, has symbols of reincarnations, soulmates and Karma. But why?
In a blog post that went viral, the political commissar of Xiangtan city, Hu Yifei, advised family of a soldier named Wang Xiaobai to hold a private funeral. According to the post, the family was informed that due to special circumstances the cremation had been done and that the soldier’s ashes had been buried.
ISRO’s RRSC (regional remote sensing centre) in Kolkatta is situated a stone throw away from the office of Chinese state owned company, Dongfang electric. This Chinese company has been marred by many controversies in the past, yet the lackadaisical attitude towards securing the premises of RRSC by Indian government is flummoxing.
Is the world going to wait for another ten years to discover how is China (mis)treating the world in general, and it neighbors in particular? This should be the biggest question in the minds of strategists, across the globe
India now recognizes that China has long been playing with it’s words and almost always has reneged from it’s promises. This is why invitation to Tibetan President-in exile, Lobsang Sangay, to India’s national TV, RajyaSabha TV, is being seen as a big move from the Indian side.