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TALIBAN resurgence in Afghanistan is not of concern to India… Pakistan-China nexus should be India’s concern

Not Taliban, India’s Regional Security Challenges Come from Pakistan-China Nexus

(pic) Taliban, the new Afghans, at northwestern borders of India.

Picture is a download from internet for illustrative purposes.

Kanwal Sibal (writer of article sighted below,) is a career diplomat who retired as Foreign Secretary to the Government of India.

In 2017, The Government of India awarded him with the Padma Shri award for his distinguished services in the field of Public Affairs.

I agree with his assessment here.

https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/opinion/not-taliban-india-s-regional-security-challenges-come-from-pakistan-china-nexus/ar-AANj7w7?ocid=winp1taskbar&fbclid=IwAR3KTw_50W-ZWg_hk2PUmQ7r4S_AsWtdxPeSI0HT55XmZTPLt40lLBg3vTY

 

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Suresh Rao

Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao
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Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
1 year ago

Pakistan is definitely there in this. Pakistan army has to keep the sources of the funds active especially when U.S. has seen into their game. China as always is looking for making inroads in the new territories that it can exploit, but it is playing a dangerous game in trusting fundamentalists to let them establish their economic regime. China thinks that it will tame them like it could control the Ugeyurs, but sadly India has much to lose besides terrorism raising its ugly head again the Kashmir.

Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
1 year ago
Reply to  Suresh Rao

Yes, I agree, Sureshji, but the fundamentalist Taliban are not so unpopular as to be ignored. They have covert support if not outright one and that’s what is worrisome. No nation has come out in the open to condemn this takeover of Afganistan by ultra-radicals. Even the custodians of human rights who raise a hue and cry over minor incidents haven’t uttered a word. I feel bad for the women and the girls, the children, and the general populace.

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