Is China India’s bigger problem?

About Bharat Karnad

Senior Fellow in National Security Studies at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, he was Member of the (1st) National Security Advisory Board and the Nuclear Doctrine-drafting Group, and author, among other books of, 'Nuclear Weapons and Indian Security: The Realist Foundations of Strategy', 'India's Nuclear Policy' and most recently, 'Why India is Not a Great Power (Yet)'. Educated at the University of California (undergrad and grad), he was Visiting Scholar at Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, the Shanghai Institutes of International Studies, and Henry L. Stimson Center, Washington, DC.
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5 Responses to Is China India’s bigger problem?

  1. devraj says:

    India biggest enemy are its politicians look modi just order surgical strikes but hesitate to finish terrorism in root only he has guts but he fears because war with sucidal nuclear pak will cause damage to indian economy.every indian pm know this.china is a national security state which will finish like ussr.imperial japan .nazi germany .even pak also finish as it is non welfare state.but india will survive as it is welfare state.china cant harm india militarly due to logistic nightmare in tibet and if it decides for nukes for india then by by to its eastern coastal metro areas by indian nukes.result of nuke war in india china pak will be eastern coast of china wiped including all its rich cities.indian north area and major metros wipe by chinese megaton bombs and sorry no mention to pak because imran khan naya pakistan becomes gaya pakistan.mean pak wipe out

  2. devraj says:

    Sir please write an article how much damage indian nukes can really do to china in war.can india really have capability to wipe 10 mega cities of china

  3. raja says:

    RESP SIR,
    THEY WILL NEVER GET GOOD DEATH FOR SPOILING MY BANKING CHANNELS THE LETTERED PEOPLE IN DELHI WILL NEVER GET GOOD DEATH……THEY CANT DO MUCH …THEY WILL WIN IF POSSIBLE ASK THEM TO STOP THE DEVELOPMENTS THE GREAT WAVE

  4. Mr Raj says:

    Honourable Bharat Sir ,

    As You Had Said That India’s Nuclear Program Was Ready 6 Months Before China Did Its 1’st Nuclear Test ,

    1. Why Doesn’t India Did Its 1’st Nuclear Test After China Had Tested Its ???

    2. Why India Waited For 10 Years Until 1974 ?
    ( Even S. Jayshankar Had Said That India Has Lost The Stategic N-Opportunity In 1967 With Formation Of NPT )

    3. Why India Did Not Followed weaponisation Program After 1974 Same As China ?

    4. Why India Did Same Mistake Of 1964 Until 1998 & Doing On….

    5. What’s Your Opinion On , When Will India Carry Its Resumed N-Test ( Seeing India’s History Its Hard Until 2030 )

    6. How Is India Going To Seek Parity With China With Its 45 N-Tests With It’s Peanuts Of 4 N-Tests [ Taking In Mind It Will Be Impossible To Seek Parity With USA ( 1030 ) , Russia ( 715 ) & France ( 210 ) Test’s . ]

    7. Was Pandit Nehru’s Vision Wrong Not To Test In 1962 War Time By Some How Fast Forwarding Program As Said By Dr Bhabha & Also Before October 1964 ???

  5. devraj says:

    Sir it is said that indian navy deployed nuclear missiles armed submarines in arab sea after balkot air strikes.then what is the yield of nuclear weapons deployed on ins arihant.

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