The Art of Fight­ing with­out Fight­ing

Since the June 16 in­ci­dent, China has mounted an un­prece­dented war of words de­signed to co­erce In­dia into re­treat­ing from Dok­lam

India Today - - COVER STORY -

July 25, 2017

“The so­lu­tion to this stand­off is very sim­ple. In­dia must con­sci­en­tiously pull back its troops”

CHI­NESE FOR­EIGN MIN­IS­TER WANG YI

July 24, 2017

“Shak­ing a moun­tain is easy, but shak­ing the Peo­ple’s Lib­er­a­tion Army is hard”

SE­NIOR COL. WU QIAN

July 12, 2017

“The sit­u­a­tion in Kash­mir has at­tracted a lot of global at­ten­tion... We hope the rel­e­vant sides will avoid es­ca­lat­ing ten­sions”

CHI­NESE FOR­EIGN MIN­ISTRY SPOKESMAN GENG SHUANG

July 8, 2017

“All Chi­nese ci­ti­zens in In­dia and those plan­ning to travel to In­dia must pay close at­ten­tion to the present se­cu­rity sit­u­a­tion. Avoid un­nec­es­sary vis­its, im­prove your per­sonal safety”

CHI­NESE EM­BASSY, NEW DELHI

July 5, 2017

“In­dian side has tram­pled on the ba­sic norms of in­ter­na­tional re­la­tions (the Panchsheel Pact) that were pro­posed by it­self

by il­le­gally cross­ing into other’s ter­ri­tory”

CHI­NESE FOR­EIGN MIN­ISTRY SPOKESMAN GENG SHUANG

June 29, 2017

“The ac­tion taken by In­dia is un­doubt­edly a be­trayal of the 1890 treaty and a be­trayal of the con­sis­tent po­si­tion held by suc­ces­sive In­dian gov­ern­ments. We re­quire In­dia to re­spect the treaty and pull back the bor­der troops im­me­di­ately”

CHI­NESE FOR­EIGN MIN­ISTRY SPOKESMAN GENG SHUANG

June 28, 2017

“Donglang is part of China’s ter­ri­tory. This is in­dis­putable. The Donglang area has be­longed to China since an­cient times. It doesn’t be­long to Bhutan”

CHI­NESE FOR­EIGN MIN­ISTRY OF­FI­CIAL LU KANG AT A NEWS BRIEF­ING

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