Exercise to build a 'military organization' on the lines of NATO to counter China
Prime Minister Modi prepares to give China a 'diplomatic beat' through the QUAD
SEP 22 (WTN) - China, a country with leftist governance, is currently the biggest headache and one of the biggest threats to India. As you are aware, there are tense conditions on the LAC in East Ladakh. The Chinese Soldiers are constantly creating war conditions on the LAC. The Indian Soldiers, however, are replying to the Chinese Soldiers. But, if India has a war with China, there will be every apprehension that Pakistan may attack India. And if that happens, such a situation will be quite challenging for India. For this reason, it is now believed that India needs a military organization like NATO in Asia to deal with the threat of China.
In fact, not only India but many countries in Asia have also been troubled by the increasing grandeur of China. That's why because what China is doing in the South China Sea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan is clearly its grandeur. At a time, since China wants to establish its dominance in Asia, India has decided to join hands with the US, Japan, and Australia to form an organization that can teach a lesson to the most ambitious China.
For your information, let you know that India, America, Japan, and Australia are in the process of forming an organization with the objective of making the maximum military and business cooperation to counter and respond to the growing influence of China in the Indo-Pacific region. By the way, this organization is currently being called the QUAD (The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue). For information, let you know that these four countries are mutual partners under the QUAD. However, the QUAD is currently an informal organization.
In fact, America seems the most interested in the QUAD because now China is not only directly challenging the US supremacy, but has even threatened America with the war on the Taiwan issue. At the same time, China is building its military bases in most of the South Asian countries under the cover of its ambitious Belt and Road economic project, which is the biggest cause of concern for America. That's why the Trump administration, in the form of QUAD, wants to establish a system in Asia that could counter China at every level.
By the way, for your information, let you know that the QUAD is not practiced today. Indeed, in November 2017, India, Amerika, Australia, and Japan considered a long-pending QUAD alliance to curb China's growing influence. As of now, the QUAD is not a military organization like NATO, and the purpose of QUAD is to keep the sea-lanes of the Indo-Pacific region operational smoothly without any pressure and interruption. Now, China's influence is increasing, the QUAD can play an important role for India in such a situation; therefore, according to the information, a meeting may be held in New Delhi regarding QUAD till the end of October.
As you know, China claims about 85 percent of the South China Sea. Not only this, but China has also built many artificial islands here. Indeed, China wants to establish its control over maritime trade from this region. In such a situation, this is dangerous for Australia and Japan as both of these countries mostly trade from this region. In such a situation, the US, Japan, and Australia, with the aim of strengthening their position in the Indo-Pacific region, feel the need for an organization like NATO with India to give a strong answer to ambitious China.
But, according to the Chinese Government mouthpiece "The Global Times", China's relations with India and Japan have not deteriorated so much that it is needed to form the QUAD organization, like NATO. China believes that its border disputes with India are resolved, while Japan will need China to improve the economy after the outbreak of the COVID-19. However, US President Donald Trump clearly says that Asia also needs an organization like NATO. Well, the QUAD is currently in the papers and the possibilities. But, if the QUAD actually comes into existence as a military organization, it will be a major change in India's diplomacy and world politics.