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India remains concerned at the way China is increasingly flexing its muscles in the Asia-Pacific region but, at the same time, is not willing to be part of any US-led great game to "rebalance" forces in the region to contain China. - Do you think this is right attitude ?

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Asked by anantharaman, 22 Jul '12 09:47 am
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Indian diplomacy and foreign affairs is worst in the world. Although it is capable but it lacks the intensity and competitiveness. It is very often swayed and manipulated by politics inside the country, sudden emotions and even influenced by external forces, business tycoons and regional parties of states. There is no unanimity in decisions regarding foreign affairs. For example mixing Cricket with issues with Pakistan is an example of bogus foreign affairs. Even on the decision of FDI in retail there is no unanimity. Instead of protesting and declaring Bharat bandhs on such issues. All parties should sit and discuss in detail about pros and cons of FDI and come to a conclusion. But, today all parties are stubborn and this affects diplomats to carry forward their agendas. Similarly, issues with Sri Lanka are affected by Tamil Nadu regional politics. Unless there is a unanimity and firmness in taking decisions; India cannot tackle big players like China or India. It is also urgently req ...more
Answered by ABC XYZ, 22 Jul '12 10:07 am

 
  
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I think india shld close its market for chinese products and make army and air force more strong at eastern frontier
Answered by vinay, 22 Jul '12 09:52 am

 
  
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No , India must take Japans help for this problem
Answered by kamini joshi, 22 Jul '12 09:49 am

 
  
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