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‘China browbeating Nepal’

‘China browbeating Nepal’

Former Indian Army Chief Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane has said that China is following “wolf-warrior diplomacy” and “salami-slicing” tactics with impunity browbeating smaller neighbors.  In his memoirs ‘Four Stars of Destiny’, Naravane,  He further stated that it took the Indian Army to show to the world that “enough is enough” and challenge the “neighborhood bully”. 

“They had been following wolf-warrior diplomacy and salami-slicing tactics everywhere with impunity, browbeating smaller neighbors like Nepal and Bhutan, while staking their ever-increasing claims in the South China Sea, without having to pay any costs, especially in terms of human lives.” 

It took India and the Indian Army to show to the world that enough is enough and to challenge the neighborhood bully, he said.  Naravane, one of the foremost Army Generals, provided a gripping account of the India-China confrontation before and after the deadly Galwan Valley incident, India’s overall response to the Chinese action and how it served as a catalyst to firm up the Army’s combat readiness along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).