While the domestic anti-epidemic war between China and India is raging, the border is also quietly burning. On May 9, military personnel from both sides had a small-scale physical confrontation in Ladakh, in the western sector of the Sino-Indian border. The conflict has continued to this day, and China has dispatched 5,000 troops to the confrontation point, while India has also quickly dispatched troops from nearby bases to maintain the balance of power between the two sides. cliché The border between China and India is indeed a historical issue. The reason is that the British colonial government did not reach a consensus with the then government of the Republic of China and signed an agreement before making India independent. As a result, the subsequent Indian government and the government of the People's Republic of China said their own words, and with many gray areas,
each claimed ownership of a certain land. Due to the lack of a clear boundary recognized by both sides, conflicts between the border patrols of the two sides were also commonplace. Pushing, punching, and throwing stones are common. Compared with the clashes between India and Pakistan, where machine gunfire is frequent, the conflict between China and India is relatively restrained. The last time the two sides clashed on the border and drew international wedding photo retouching services attention can be traced back to the Donglang (Doklam) crisis in 2017. China built roads in the Doklam area of Tibet, although this was the border between Bhutan and China, but due to Bhutan's close relationship with India (both geographically and politically) and its proximity to the Indian state of Sikkim, In order to "support Bhutan's claim to sovereignty",
India sent troops to confront China, which lasted for more than two months. Interestingly, the cause of this conflict turned out to be India's construction of roads in the border area, which aroused China's dissatisfaction. Seeing that the two sides in the conflict are now facing off again, what makes people nervous is that the scale of investment between the two sides is far greater than the previous time. In view of the tension between the two sides, US President Trump (Donald Trump) even tweeted, "We have informed India With China, the United States is ready, willing and able to mediate or arbitrate their current fierce conflict, thank you!” Will there be a fight? Will China and India allow the situation to expand or even intensify? The author thinks not. The reasons are as follows.