The Tibetan culture that has an originality and specificity of its own, distinct from the Chinese culture, is being subjected to disuse with the expectation that it would ultimately lose its shine and appeal. This is cultural hegemony at its very worst with a brazen effort to steamroll diversity.
Chinese policy of engagement is not aimed at enhancing the capacity of the Nepalese state and bringing prosperity to the Nepalese people; it is meant to perpetuate a master-client relationship where Nepal is sucked into the trap of China’s debt-diplomacy, loses its strategic autonomy and is reduced to a client state of China.
There is a need to retell the facts as has been the attempt in the preceding paragraphs and nail the Pakistani lies on Balakot. One wishes, rather than wasting its scarce resources on such lame propaganda, Pakistan should learn to mend its ways and its relations with India, which will help it divert its resources towards development of its people.
India is currently experiencing a serious water-deficit crisis. In the years to come, the deficit will increase further. The issue is that demand is infrequently met by the erratic, regional, and temporal distribution of precipitation.
Time has come for Pakistan to compete with India in good things like education, healthcare, art and music and democracy. The truth is that India was never our enemy. We have failed ourselves. We are our own worst enemies.
The audio leaks have set off a negative impulse in Pakistani society which will have an adverse impact on democratic politics in the country for a long time to come. It is likely to give rise to pervasive cynicism and lack of public trust in the existing system that includes the army and may create the context for the rise of orthodox forces who lay emphasis on ethics and morality.
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