“More than five weeks after the border dispute between China and India, some countries, other than the two directly involved, are trying to intervene,” said an opinion piece from the state newspaper Global Times, which mentions the United States and Australia directly.
The article titled “Instigating Sino-Indian confrontation will not benefit US” Refers to comments in the US media. Calling on Washington to provide support to India to “deter and counter” China and world rally against Beijing.
She also took exception to the request by Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to resolve the issue of Doklam peacefully, saying that “the bishop intends to blur the nature of the confrontation and shows disguised support for India “.
The article says that “so far, Donald Trump’s government has paid little attention to the ties between the United States and India, and their differences on issues such as trade and immigration remain.”
“Americans may think they can copy their trick on the South China Sea, but what did the United States get out of maritime disputes?” Similarly, Washington will gain no benefit from the escalating confrontation between China and India. Safeguard their territory because of US interference, “he said.
The article says that the United States seems to be everywhere when conflicts arise and it rarely takes an impartial stance to help solve problems.
“There are certain forces in the West that are instigating a military clash between China and India, from which they can seek strategic benefits at no cost to themselves.” Washington applied this scheme in the South China Sea disputes, he said.
China claims almost the entire strategically vital sea of southern China. Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Brunei, as well as Taiwan, also claim parts of the sea.
While the United States is not a claimant, it has criticized what it has called the Chinese “militarization” of the sea. The article also blamed the United States and the former Soviet Union for the 1962 India-China War.
“It is necessary to point out that half a century ago behind the border war between China and India, there were the invisible hands of the United States and the Soviet Union,” he said. The article says that “neither China nor India wants a war.
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