India’s decision on Kashmir upsets China and Pakistan

India’s decision on Kashmir upsets China and Pakistan

China and Pakistan both of who have border issues with India in the Kashmir region are unhappy with the recent decision ending Kashmir’s special status. Pakistani PM Imran Khan has vowed to fight India’s decision to revoke Indian-administered Kashmir’s autonomy, including at the UN Security Council. China said it undermines China’s territorial sovereignty.

Sandra
Sandra
porcus
porcus 7 months

Hoo boy, this is a hot topic with India... and Pakistan... and China. India and China fought a war in 1962 when India found a previously unknown highway in their Kashmir area that the Chinese had built. India controls 1/2 the Kashmir region, Pakistan 1/3, and China the remainder.

Blaeingr
Blaeingr 7 months

The Jammu/Kashmir region is and has been a festering wound, which has been exploited mainly by Pakistan as a tool against India. Hopefully this doesn't blow up with India's latest actions... this is a bigger deal than climate change.

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 7 months

They’ve been mortal enemies for decades. Sharing a border with an Islamic country is a nightmare.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 7 months

I just hope they don't nuke each other, because I don't like jogging wearing a gas mask and radiation-proof suit.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 7 months

It is India territory. So is Pakistan and Afganistan. It is time to step up India. Just because the West are cowards does not mean you have to be. The West is perfectly happy to sacrifice their own children to the invaders. Just think how quick they are willing to sacrifice yours too. Ignore the condemnation coming from Dhimmi states of the West that trade the children of the working class to rape gangs for votes and money. Lead the way.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 7 months

Remember this. He just admitted that suicide attacks are a part of Pakistani strategy. If you inflame jihadist hatred, especially in those brainwashed radicalized madrassa kids, then dont pretend to be surprised of consequences and don't blame others.

porcus
porcus 7 months

China is, as expected, rather hypocritical in telling another sovereign nation what to do within it's own borders. And Pakistan's statement about suicide bombers should come to no surprise to anyone, except, possibly, a Leftist.

harbringer F
harbringer F 7 months

This is some of the most hotly contested land in the world. Any change can start a war, and war is not in India's best interest. if India for its on self worth decides on war in this region I truly hope it is prepared. The world will not handle the millions displaced or have to suffer the damage the war will cause. India needs to think of its citizens and their children and move carefully, judiciously and firmly. Should India bow to it's neighbours?, only India can answer that. But the cost of this action could be more than Indians of any background will be willing to pay. China has loudly and clearly declared along with Pakistan that they are willing to bear the cost.

Naidu VGA
Naidu VGA 7 months

The day the pakis learn to manage themselves better is the day they earn the right to do debate extraneous matters. Don't the chinamen have enuf on their hands with HK now.

porcus
porcus 7 months

And I've never understood why anyone thinks that burning a foreign leader's effigy is going to change that leader's mind... they aren't Indian citizens or anyone who can even influence anything within India. Pretty pointless, and always struck me as attention whoring.

Prodigal Liberal
Prodigal Liberal 7 months

China lost its right to claim sovereignty when it blatantly took over the Spratleys of the Philippines and the Paracels of Vietnam. Go India. Stand up to the bully and Chinese Imperialism.

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