US To Bolster Defence Ties With India To Fight Chinese Aggression
- The Nuclear Posture Review says that the main goal of US nuclear weapons is to stop nuclear attacks on the US and its allies (NPR).
- The Nuclear Posture Review, which was required by law and told the Pentagon what to do, talks about the US's nuclear strategy, policy, posture, and forces.
According to the US National Defense Strategy 2022, which was released on October 27, the Biden administration wants to strengthen its defence ties with India to make it easier to stop Chinese aggression and stop coercion in “grey zones” like disputed land borders. This will make it easier to stop Chinese aggression and stop Chinese coercion.
The report says that both Russia and China pose serious threats to important US interests abroad and at home, but China is the biggest and most systemic threat.
This strategy review, which was ordered by Congress, sets the strategic direction for the Department. It is based on President Joe Biden’s National Security Strategy and supports US national security interests.
The US Defense Department just released a non-classified defence policy that supports President Biden’s National Security Strategy, which was released earlier this month in response to growing Chinese aggression. the US Defense Department.
The document said, “The Department will advance our Major Defense Partnership with India to make it better able to stop aggression from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and make sure there is free and open access to the Indian Ocean region.”
According to the document, “the PRC’s coercive and increasingly aggressive efforts to change the Indo-Pacific region and the international system to suit its interests and authoritarian preferences pose the biggest and most serious threat to US national security.”
Concerning the Indo-Pacific Region, it says, “The Department will also support ally and partner efforts, in line with US policy and international law, to address acute forms of grey zone coercion from the PRC’s campaigns to establish control over the East China Sea, Taiwan Strait, South China Sea, and disputed land borders, such as with India.”
The Nuclear Posture Review says that the main goal of US nuclear weapons is to stop nuclear attacks on the US and its allies (NPR). As part of the Missile Defence Review, which was done as ordered by the President and the Secretary of Defense, the US policy and strategy for missile defence were looked at.
The National Defense Strategy includes the Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) and the Missile Defense Review (MDR). The Nuclear Posture Review, which was required by law and told the Pentagon what to do, talks about the US’s nuclear strategy, policy, posture, and forces.