At a national seminar on Tech sovereignty in ICT in Delhi recently, Gen Dhruv Katoch, additional director of the Center for Land Warfare Studies, noted with concern that 60-70 per cent of telecom software used in India is manufactured by Huawei and ZTE.
Let’s now come back to India.
How does a rising China impact us? More importantly, how does it threaten us?
As rapidly growing economies, both India and China are competing for the same power and mineral resources, influence and goodwill. Not just in the region, but in Africa, in the Persian Gulf, Central Asia, Latin America.
Image: In this handout picture taken 30 October 2006, Indian Army Brigadier Sanjay Kulkarni (R) and Chinese Army Colonel Li Ming An (L) hold hands aloft during a Border Personnel Meeting (BPM) on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control at Bumla, on the India-China Border in the eastern Indian State of Arunachal Pradesh.