- Apr 19, 2009
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Not according to the figures.Your only hope for continued American investment is India's potential role in the upcoming war against China.
Once you leave school, and learn a bit about economics, you will learn that Indian trade is booming, Indian fe reserves are at an all-time high, and while a neighbouring nation is unable to import food, and is closing factories due to a shortage of raw materials and parts to use in them, we have the fifth largest economy in the world by GDP.
Even Apple has shifted out of China into India.
No fears of that. There are three times the number of troops in Ladakh, compared to earlier, peaceful years, and the numbers will only grow. India had six divisions out of thirty-one lined up against the Chinese, and the number is changing rapidly. It is clear that Pakistan is no longer a threat, if we are to go by General Bajwa's statements, reproduced so faithfully by his own countrymen.Laddakh has shown you will be abandoned and used as canon fodder in order against the PLA.
You and your navy should know all about target practice; it was target practice for the Indian Navy.Before you open your mouth, remember that the USA looks at China as a peer competitor. You pose no threat to China, your navy is target practice for the PLAN.
It is nice, then, that India is the object of interest for the whole world, including China. It is nice to be reminded again and again that the sheer size of the Indian market makes the world line up and queue before Indian doors, and persuades the Saudis to invest more in India than they donated to Pakistan. An investment versus a donation, with more donations eagerly solicited by Pakistani ministers, on their knees.Even the USA and France aren't friends lol. It is all about interst. The French got extremely angry after the Australians gave them the middle finger and opted to buy submarines from the USA.
There are no friends in international politics. Only interests and how they align or cause friction with other intersts.