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The First Knock of The Red War

Updated on August 22, 2020
Soldiers of the People's Liberation Army of China at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941–1945 Great Patriotic War
Soldiers of the People's Liberation Army of China at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941–1945 Great Patriotic War | Source

Cold War is a new term used specifically for the aggressive war relations between the United States and the Soviet Union from 1945 to 1980

The term Cold War is commonly used to describe the military relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union that began after World War II. Believe it or not, the Cold War was the result of a sudden military tug-of-war between the two friendly countries, as the United States and the Soviet Union were military allies in World War II, and together they became Germany's allies. After the great joint victory of World War II, relations between the United States and the Soviet Union should have turned into friendly and cordial relations, but the spirit of subjugating the whole world by becoming a world power forced them to engage in war with each other. Later, the same world war between the two former allies became known as the Cold War. It should be noted that for the last century, three types of war terms have been used frequently in diplomatic language. Hot War is a complete war and the forces on both sides fight and decide victory and defeat. Warm War This is a war where negotiations have not yet failed and the hope for peace is maintained through negotiations but the armies on both sides are also fully mobilized and holding their positions against each other. The outcome of the war, however, comes from the negotiating table. Cold War is a new term used specifically for the aggressive war relations between the United States and the Soviet Union from 1945 to 1980. I think these two countries were using other states to defeat each other. South Vietnam, for example, was against communism and had the support of the United States during the war. On the other hand, there were communists from North Vietnam who were fighting from the south and Russia was helping them. Similarly, in Afghanistan, the United States was providing full support to the Afghan Mujahideen against the Soviet Union.

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At present no one has the answers to these most important questions because no one but China knows anything about the nature of the "Red War" and its causes, goals, and objectives, nor will it know shortly.

Based on past Cold War experience, military analysts around the world are also calling the recent diplomatic skirmish between China and the United States the starting point for a new Cold War, and they believe that China has helped the United States and its military. It has decided to launch a similar Cold War campaign against the Allies. But in our humble opinion, China will never want to go to war with the United States according to the outdated Cold War method, nor will it try to take the infamous path of a hot war and moderate war. Instead, China will choose the unique and unpredictable battle route of the "Red War" to deal with the superpower America and its military allies. On the contrary, given the latest developments in the Gulwan Valley, it should be noted that China has waged a regular "red war" against the United States and its facilitators. What will the Red War look like? On which fronts will it be fought? And what military and non-military means will China use against its long-time adversaries in this war? At present no one has the answers to these most important questions because no one but China knows anything about the nature of the "Red War" and its causes, goals, and objectives, nor will it know shortly. Can The military and non-military strategies of the Red War gradually emerge in diplomatic circles around the world, meaning that as China expands its military operations against the United States and its military allies, so will the world. The goals and objectives of the Red War will become clearer one by one. But the problem is that until the world can feel the intensity of the Red War, it is not known what the map of the world will be.

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First knock of the Red War is being heard very clearly at the border gate of India adjacent to China and the dreadful bloody noise of this knock has been waking up the Delhi government for the last few weeks.

Good luck! That the first knock of the Red War is being heard very clearly at the border gate of India adjacent to China and the dreadful bloody noise of this knock has been waking up the Delhi government for the last few weeks. The way China has advanced in the Gulwan Valley is not only astonishing but also unbelievable to those who dream of a united India. India, the world's largest republic and the second largest military power, has never dreamed of. Little did China think that in the 21st century, in the days of the global epidemic of the Coronavirus, it would quietly invade its borders in such a way that no country in the world would bother to condemn China's military action. Guar will not. The day-to-day deaths and disappearances of Indian troops in the Gulwan Valley have shattered the resolve of India's 4.5 million troops and left them in a state of shock. The Modi government has also come under fire from Indian newspapers over reports of more than 20 confirmed deaths and more than 170 unconfirmed deaths at the hands of the Chinese military. Leading Indian newspaper The Telegraph headlined that "this is the heavy price of turning away from reality". The newspaper writes that 20 of our Indian soldiers were killed and the Indian government kept saying that everything was fine. Criticizing the government, the newspaper headlined, "China invades our home and kills us." The shouts from India give a good idea of how dangerous the first knock of the Red War will be in the days to come.

It is to be noted that China has disgraced the Indian forces in the Gulwan Valley and forced Narendra Modi to take a few steps back and also wants to send a clear message to the brave United States. The US has begun to besiege its allies.

Even after seeing the first glimpse of the Red War, some defense analysts are under the illusion that border tensions between China and India will soon return to normal. Because they think that China will not want to escalate the border tension with India, but our opinion is completely different and we think that China will increase this border tension not only in the coming days but also on other borders of India. More than a dozen new fronts will surely heat the war. It is to be noted that China has disgraced the Indian forces in the Gulwan Valley and forced Narendra Modi to take a few steps back and also wants to send a clear message to the brave United States. The US has begun to besiege its allies. If the US has the slightest courage, it should save its allies from being crushed by China's military claws. This is an open challenge to China's rivals, which no one has yet dared to accept, and the whole world is automatically watching India's ridicule. Perhaps China's rivals did not expect much aggression from China on the military front. Especially after India lost dozens of its troops on the frontier of the Gulwan Valley, it is not understood that China's main objective and goal in the end. What is it? To get a satisfactory answer to this question, Narendra Modi is holding secret meetings with the heads of the intelligence agencies of the Indian Armed Forces five times a day, but everyone has the same question, and no one answers.

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However, the answer to this question has been provided by Hu Shi, editor-in-chief of the Chinese newspaper Global Times, whose Twitter handle said: "Seventeen out of 20 Indian soldiers in the Gulwan Valley were killed allegedly because they needed immediate medical attention. The facility was not available which shows the shortcomings of the Indian Army. The fact is that India does not have an army on the Ladakh frontier that is equipped with the skills and modern capabilities to fight in rocky areas. China has just tried to take advantage of India's military weakness in the Ladakh Valley. The truth is that it is Hoshi whose tweet about the Indian forces in Ladakh Valley is correct. Not only that, but India also does not have a spy network in the Ladakh Valley. This is the reason why the Indian government in the Ladakh Valley in the dark of night at the hands of the Chinese forces in the target details of the Delhi government two days later. Besides, the ground combat capability of Indian forces in Ladakh Valley is also very limited. That is, if Chinese forces want, they can evacuate the entire Ladakh Valley from Indian forces in just a few hours. This is the bitter reality that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi realizes Is also good. The main reason for the weak network of Indian forces on the border with China is that India has always focused on the Line of Control (LoC) adjacent to Pakistan and has been a victim of this misunderstanding of the Ladakh Valley. From here, India has never been invaded in its 200-year history and whenever India has been attacked, it has been through Pakistan and Afghanistan. Therefore, for 70 years, India kept all its war preparations centered on the border front with Pakistan, but now it faces real war threats from the borders of China, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.

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It should be borne in mind that the other end of the Red War launched by China in the Ladakh Valley has been tied simultaneously on the border between North Korea and South Korea, where North Korea has set up an embassy on the border with South Korea. The House building, which was the liaison office not only between the two countries but also between the United States and North Korea, is the same office where US President Donald Trump expressed his desire to reach a peace agreement between North and South Korea shortly. What was At the behest of China, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent a clear message that the lives of more than 40,000 US troops in South Korea have been reddened by the rocket-propelled grenade attack on the most important border building of the US ally South Korea. The dangers of the Red War can be as great as the clouds of danger currently hovering over the heads of Indian forces in the Ladakh Valley. However, this is the first knock of the Red War, will this one knock open the door for China to become a global superpower or to give China even more knocks of the Red War on the border gates of other countries of the world. The answer to this question will never come again.

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This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

© 2020 Rao Muhammad Shahid Iqbal

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