Doklam crisis: Crux point for Geopolitical rivalry between India and China and posing threat to Eurasian stability
SK Chand Basha
The Current Doklam crisis between India and China could be perceived as a Geopolitical theatre between India and China, embodying severe security implications on India, and a threat to Eurasian stability. The current piece of work deliberate and assess about why? and how? Doklam became the crux point for varied Geopolitics of India and China. The paper attempts to ascertain that China’s belligerent One China policy is the cause for its assertive unilateral expansionism, leading to entire Eurasian instability, and doklam intrusion of china is an integral part of it. The discussion cites various maritime and territorial disputes of china against ASEAN (Association of South East Asian nations) and other nations as substantial evidences for Chinese unilateral maximalism. The paper put its light on different Geopolitical measures of India to counter Chinese expansionist regime, on this line the paper cited utmost recent policy measures of Govt.of India like imposing anti-dumping duties on Chinese products. Discussion also embodies different global responses to current Doklam standoff to signify the magnanimity and gravity of the current crisis. At the end, the author recommends that Assertive Diplomacy at the Regional level for instance, India – ASEAN is the way ahead for India to counter China’s belligerent expansionist policy of One China.
SK Chand Basha. Doklam crisis: Crux point for Geopolitical rivalry between India and China and posing threat to Eurasian stability. International Journal of Advanced Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 474-477