INDIA: Seeking to score a low-cost equalizer with China

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In tacit recognition that a military response to China’s aggression on an undemarcated border could be foolhardy and unpredictable, India has embarked on a twin strategy of inflicting near-term economic pain on China while planning longer-term diplomatic and security options. Although there has been brave talk, especially in the veterans’ community, about how China’s capacity to do battle is rusty as the country has not fought a war for 30 years, Indian defense forces realize that fighting to defend a border with poor military infrastructure – roads, landing stations, communication
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