The Decision to Ban Chinese Nationals from Most New Delhi Hotels Is Despicably Racist
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The Decision to Ban Chinese Nationals from Most New Delhi Hotels Is Despicably Racist

The Hindustan Times’ report late last month that the Delhi Hotel and Restaurants Owners Association (DHROA) won’t provide accommodation to Chinese nationals in light of early June’s Galwan Incident is despicably racist and deserves to be universally condemned, but few in the Mainstream or Alternative Medias would dare to do so since acknowledging the existence…

Here’s What Can be Learned from the Indo-Sino Disengagement Decision
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Here’s What Can be Learned from the Indo-Sino Disengagement Decision

China accepts that India already made its geopolitical choice to become the US’ proxy in “containing” the People’s Republic, but it would prefer for their seemingly inevitable “decoupling” to be as manageable as possible, hence why it’s helping its rival “save face” by mutually disengaging for now. *** China and India decided to pull back…

India’s US-Backed Decoupling from China Is a Very Dangerous Development
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India’s US-Backed Decoupling from China Is a Very Dangerous Development

For all intents and purposes, India seems to have unofficially decided to “decouple” itself from its “fellow” BRICS and SCO “partner” China, but this US-backed development is dangerous since the South Asian state might not be able to survive the domestic socio-economic and regionally destabilizing consequences of such a dramatic move. *** The Decoupling That…

Modi’s Major Himalayan Mistake Crushed the Indian Military’s Morale
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Modi’s Major Himalayan Mistake Crushed the Indian Military’s Morale

The death of at least 20 members of the Indian military during non-firearm clashes with China along their disputed frontier in Kashmir has been extremely demoralizing for this already distressed institution, but it’s all due to Modi’s major Himalayan mistake in thinking that he can reap immediately tangible benefits from his new American patron by…

Modi Can’t Put the Genie of Indian Jingoism Back in the Bottle
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Modi Can’t Put the Genie of Indian Jingoism Back in the Bottle

Prime Minister Modi released the genie of Indian jingoism after coming to power six years ago, irresponsibly hoping that the state-sponsored cultivation of hyper-nationalist sentiment would lead to the false domestic perception of the country as the “superpower” that it claims to be, which has actually been more successful than he planned since the indoctrinated…