As India Curries U.S. Favor, Chinese Takeout Military Action along Contested Border
by Maxwell Paddington
May 27, 2020
LADAKH, INDIA — Earlier this month, 150 Indian and Chinese soldiers fought over disputed territories in the Pangong Tso lake and Naku La areas. Each side exchanged manually launched hand-held small arms fire using organic, eco-friendly projectiles naturally produced at local military sites. Reportedly, fighting transitioned into non-bladed bayonet charges and hand-to-hand fighting employing personal appendages acquired at birth. Casualties on both sides included soldiers suffering severe vocal assaults, with each force exploding indigenously-derived lingual munitions.
While each side blames the other, analysts speculate China is taking advantage of a COVID-distracted world and reminding India not to ally too closely with the U.S. This policy is also reflected in China’s increasingly hostile actions towards Hong Kong and Taiwan in the wake of mostly soft international resistance to its acquiring of additional “disputed” territories in the South China Sea.
President Trump indicated he is willing to mediate the two Asian nuclear powers “raging border dispute“.
China’s UN ambassador, Zhang Jun, responded saying: “When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” When asked for clarification regarding Trump’s offer to mediate, Jun responded: “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”
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