FINALLY INDIA BUILDING ARMED FORCES AGAINST CHINA?


India has finally started building up its armed forces focused at China’s perceived aggressive posture in the Asia-Pacific region. The military situation along the contested border is quiet. However, India is concerned over Chinese logistical improvements and is taking steps to improve its own capabilities.
India is raising additional ground forces, is improving logistical capacity, and has based advanced fighter aircraft opposite China. India, has started conducting periodic tests of its nuclear- capable missiles to enhance and verify its ballistic missile reliability and capabilities.
India’s current delivery systems include nuclear-capable fighter aircraft and ballistic missiles, and India is developing a nuclear-capable 6,000 kilometre-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that will carry multiple warheads. India intends to test this.
India is increasingly concerned about China’s posture along their disputed border and Beijing’s perceived aggressive posture in the Indian Ocean and Asia-Pacific region. The Indian Army believes a major Sino-Indian conflict is not imminent, but the Indian military is strengthening its forces in preparation to fight a limited conflict along the disputed border, and is working to balance Chinese power projection in the Indian Ocean. India has expressed support for a strong US military posture in East Asia and US engagement in Asia.
India continues to carefully monitor events in Pakistan, China is also viewed as a long-term challenge. In 2011, India continued efforts to increase economic and military engagement with countries in East and Southeast Asia. India and Japan agreed to conduct a bilateral naval exercise, their first since 2008; India and Vietnam pledged to increase naval training; and the India-South. Korea relationship continues to progress following the Indian Defense Minister’s late 2010 visit.
The military situation along the contested border is quiet. However, India is concerned over Chinese logistical improvements and is taking steps to improve its own capabilities.
India is raising additional ground forces, is improving logistical capacity, and has based advanced fighter aircraft opposite China.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

FINALLY INDIA BUILDING ARMED FORCES AGAINST CHINA?

India has finally started building up its armed forces focused at China’s perceived aggressive posture in the Asia-Pacific region. The military situation along the contested border is quiet. However, India is concerned over Chinese logistical improvements and is taking steps to improve its own capabilities.
India is raising additional ground forces, is improving logistical capacity, and has based advanced fighter aircraft opposite China. India, has started conducting periodic tests of its nuclear- capable missiles to enhance and verify its ballistic missile reliability and capabilities.
India’s current delivery systems include nuclear-capable fighter aircraft and ballistic missiles, and India is developing a nuclear-capable 6,000 kilometre-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that will carry multiple warheads. India intends to test this.
India is increasingly concerned about China’s posture along their disputed border and Beijing’s perceived aggressive posture in the Indian Ocean and Asia-Pacific region. The Indian Army believes a major Sino-Indian conflict is not imminent, but the Indian military is strengthening its forces in preparation to fight a limited conflict along the disputed border, and is working to balance Chinese power projection in the Indian Ocean. India has expressed support for a strong US military posture in East Asia and US engagement in Asia.
India continues to carefully monitor events in Pakistan, China is also viewed as a long-term challenge. In 2011, India continued efforts to increase economic and military engagement with countries in East and Southeast Asia. India and Japan agreed to conduct a bilateral naval exercise, their first since 2008; India and Vietnam pledged to increase naval training; and the India-South. Korea relationship continues to progress following the Indian Defense Minister’s late 2010 visit.
The military situation along the contested border is quiet. However, India is concerned over Chinese logistical improvements and is taking steps to improve its own capabilities.
India is raising additional ground forces, is improving logistical capacity, and has based advanced fighter aircraft opposite China.

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