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Friday, 24 July 2020

US to work with India to deal with China's threat: Senator Mark Warner

US to work with India to deal with China's threat Senator Mark Warner

Top Senator Mark Warner, who made laws in the US Parliament to make India a US-based strategic defense partner permanently, has said that the US will do everything possible to deal with the threat of Chinese surveillance. He said that for this, the United States will work with countries like India, Japan, and South Korea in every aspect.


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Chairman of the Senate Permanent Selection Committee on US Intelligence and Democratic Party Senator Mark Warner said in a conversation with members of the Indo-US Security Council that China has emerged as a major problem for American companies. He further said that China also steals our secret information, which is a matter of concern.


He further said that to make India a strategic defense partner permanently, it has sponsored amendments in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Act. Senator Mark Warner is also the Co-chairman of the Senate India Caucus. Councilmember Bharatvanshi Ramesh Kapoor said that it would be better to shift all manufacturing to the US, given the current conditions. He also advocated for American companies to leave China and come to India.


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Recent border-deadlock with China has prompted India to rethink its policy with neighboring countries and speak for other Asia-Pacific countries. Thus, Mohammed Zeeshan, editor-in-chief of Freedom Gazette and author of The Diplomat, said in an analysis published in the South China Morning Post that Asia needed a collective middle-power response to China.


This is where India can play a role. It is, therefore, necessary that India raise its voice against China’s expansionary policies in the Asia-Pacific region.


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Ambassador Ken Juster said that for now, we are looking at the situation on the northern border of India. We have maintained close contact with our Indian counterparts and also have tremendous cooperation.

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