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Daggers out at the chicken’s neck

Of late, the slant in the articles carried by the Economist is palpable. A shoddy and shallow analysis, that still refers to Bhutan as a vassal of India and hints at the possibility of 1962……….

BK Sharma writes that, of late, the slant in the articles carried by the Economist is palpable. A shoddy and shallow analysis, that still refers to Bhutan as a vassal of India and hints at the possibility of 1962. No doubt, Bhutan would like free-wheeling in their foreign policy but the bottom line is – they despise cultural invasion by China. They do not wish to go the Tibet way. As far as war with China is concerned, despite the edge in military hardware with the Chinese, Indian Army will fight till last man last round. The article obliquely alludes to internal power struggle but completely simply ignores how China is embroiled in external disputes with Japan over Senkaku and with hosts of other nations in the South China Sea. The article falls short in analysis in terms of strategic balance. It is pertinent to highlight that if India has Two Front Dilemma, so has China and so has its so called Iron brother (Ba Ta) Pakistan. The following article portrays a shallow analysis, indeed:

The Economist | Daggers out at the chicken’s neck

 

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