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Respected Leader
Henkilökohtaisesti uskon että kohta rytisee. Viime päivien uutiset ovat olleet sitä luokkaa, että siellä Kiinan päässä on joku kypsynyt ja konflikti on ruvennut kukkimaan.

Kannattaa seurata myös sitä, että mitä Intian laivasto puuhailee Malakan salmen lähellä ja sitä kuinka etelään Kiinan laivasto pyrkii.

Kiinan salamitaktiikka on toiminut kauan - etenkin merillä. Nyt Intia pistää sille vastaan ja kailottaa sitä koko maailmalle.

Tossa käydään vääntöä Aasian tärkeimpien vesivarojen tulevasta hallinnasta. Kiinassa on laskettu paljon veden ja patojen varaan.

Intian sitkeys ja peräänantamattomuus on kiehtovaa seurattavaa.
 

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Greatest Leader
China’s military has said it hopes India will honour its pledge to swiftly return a Chinese soldier, found lost along their mountainous and contested border zone, where both militaries have been locked in a tense standoff for decades.

India said on Monday that the soldier, Corporal Wang Ya Long, had been apprehended inside Indian-controlled Ladakh’s Demchok area and was to be released soon.

It said the soldier “had strayed” across the de facto border along the eastern section of what is known as the Line of Actual Control, a loose demarcation separating Indian- and Chinese-controlled areas.
 

SJ

Supreme Leader
Mietin sitä itsekkin mutta en tiedä seutua taikka olosuhteita. Silti luulisi ukon tienneen tasan tarkkaan missä haahuili.

Toki on mahdollista että kyseessä on mitä ukko väittää olevansa, mutta itse pitäisin tuota melkoisella varmuudella tarkoituksellinen provo tai tiedustelu yritys.
 
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Pihatonttu

Respected Leader
Kuinka moni uskoo, että tuo ukko on "eksynyt" tai "korpraali"?

En usko, että kummankaan puolen soltut liikkuvat tuolla yksin, kaksin tai muuten erittäin pienissä ryhmissä elleivät ole tiedustelemassa.

En usko, että kumpikaan puoli ottaa vapaaehtoisesti sitä riskiä, että yksittäinen harhailija jää vastapuolen saaliiksi.
 

SJ

Supreme Leader
En usko, että kummankaan puolen soltut liikkuvat tuolla yksin, kaksin tai muuten erittäin pienissä ryhmissä elleivät ole tiedustelemassa.

En usko, että kumpikaan puoli ottaa vapaaehtoisesti sitä riskiä, että yksittäinen harhailija jää vastapuolen saaliiksi.

Sitten on vielä se loikkaus mahdollisuus, mutta olettaisi tuon pyytäneen turvapaikkaa tms.
 

StepanRudanskij

Ylipäällikkö
Tämäkin liittyy. Rajapyykkejä siirrellään vahvemman oikeudella.

 

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Greatest Leader
The head of the Tibetan government in exile has visited the White House for the first time in six decades, a move that could further infuriate China, which has accused the US of trying to destabilise the region.

Lobsang Sangay, the President of the Central Tibetan administration (CTA), was invited to Washington to meet officials on Friday, the CTA said. “This unprecedented meeting perhaps will set an optimistic tone for CTA participation with US officials and be more formalised in the coming years,” said the CTA, which is based in India’s Dharamshala.

Tibet is one of a range of areas of dispute between the US and China, with relations between the world’s two biggest economies at their lowest point in decades.
 

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Greatest Leader
Sikkim is an Indian state sandwiched between Bhutan and Nepal, about 2,500km (1,500 miles) east of the Ladakh area.
A Chinese patrol tried to enter Indian territory and was forced back, the officials said.
An Indian army statement played down the incident, saying there "was a minor face-off at Naku La area of North Sikkim on 20 January 2021 and the same was resolved by local commanders as per established protocols".
One source told the Times of India that both sides brought in reinforcements after a "brawl" but there was no gunfire and the situation was under control.
China's foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian did not give details of the incident, but said China's troops were "committed to upholding peace" and urged India to "refrain from actions that might escalate or complicate the situation along the border".
The editor-in-chief of China's state-affiliated Global Times tweeted there was "no record of this clash in the patrol log of the Chinese side".
 

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Greatest Leader
China and India have been pulling back frontline troops along disputed portions of their mountain border where they have been in a standoff for months, officials in both countries said.

The troops started the disengagement on Wednesday at the southern and northern bank of Pangong Lake in the Ladakh region, according to the officials.

India and China would remove forward deployments in a “phased, coordinated and verified manner”, the Indian defence minister, Rajnath Singh, told parliament on Thursday.

China’s defence ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that both sides had started a “synchronised and organised” disengagement.
 

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Chinese authorities have arrested at least six people, and is targeting a teenager living overseas, for posting online about Chinese soldiers killed in a border clash last year.

Last week the Chinese government bestowed posthumous honours on four soldiers who died after the Galwan valley clash with Indian forces, in the disputed Himalayan border regions.

The men were detained under a 2018 law which makes it illegal to defame “heroes and martyrs” in China. An amendment set to take effect this month brings potential penalties of three years in jail. Another man who police said had lived overseas since July 2019, was “pursued online” over comments he made about the soldiers, “on suspicion of causing trouble on the internet”.

In a statement police in Chongqing city said the 19-year-old man, surnamed Wang and posting on Weibo as @tscb8, had “slandered and belittled the heroes” with his comments, “causing negative social impact”.

“Heroes and martyrs are not allowed to be desecrated. Cyberspace is not outside the law,” it said.
 
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