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About 15 days ago,peaceful development?the essence of Chinas reassurance remained the same: there is no need to get alarmed about our power; we will behave differently from other great powers in history Of coursedespite Beijings repeated pledges of peaceful intentionsthe rest of the world has kept its scepticism For one thingthe historical record of conflicts between incumbent great powers and rising powers has provided no cause for complacency One may find various reasons to suggest that conflict between China and the US-led West is avoidable But there are equally plausible reasons why such a conflict may be quite likely In additionthe international community may initially give Beijing the benefit of the doubt Indeedthe utterance of peaceful rise by top Chinese leadersincluding President Hu Jintaowas applauded in the United States and Asia HoweverChinese deedsnot wordswould be the most convincing evidence that a resurgent Middle Kingdom will pose no threat to its neighbourslet alone directly challenge American hegemony UnfortunatelyChinese foreign policy behaviour in the last decade has failed to put to rest the fears of its neighbours and the international community While on the whole Beijing has followed a pragmatic diplomatic strategy and refrained from directly challenging the status quothe Chinese government has also engaged in many acts that are deeply disturbing Topping the list is its military modernisation As its economy growsChina has more resources to upgrade its military hardware and acquire new capabilitiessuch as quieter submarinesmore advanced jetfightersand smarter missiles In the eyes of the Chinesethere is nothing wrong with thisespecially considering the relative technological backwardness of the Chinese military Howeversuch a move inevitably disrupts the fragile balance of power in Asia: a militarily more capable China simply means a relative decline in the military capability of its neighbours and the regions security guarantorthe US The response to this classic security dilemma (one countrys pursuit of security makes other countries less secure) is predictable other Asian countries have also increased their military spending and the US has rebalanced its military deployment to address the rising Chinese military might (popularly known as the pivot to Asia) Sadlyin Beijingthese counter-moves are seen in a very different light Instead of interpreting them as a natural response to Chinas powermost Chinese policy-makers and strategic thinkers view them as part of a US-led ploy to constrain China and frustrate its legitimate aspirations of becoming Asias pre-eminent power As a resultstrategic distrust grows along with the potential for a more adversarial strategic rivalry between China and the US If one is looking for the latest evidenceall one needs to do is read recent newspaper headlines on American plans to deploy anti-missile systems in Asia and Chinas advance in its missile programmes This military modernisation alone probably would have caused less alarm had China successfully resolved its territorial disputes with its most important neighbourssuch as JapanIndiaand Vietnam But that is not the case To make things worsein the last few yearsBeijing has demonstrated a new firmness in asserting its maritime claimsspecifically in the South China Sea and the East China Sea In the South China SeaChinese claims have contributed to unprecedented tensions with Vietnam and the Philippinesand undone the image of a benevolent great power carefully crafted by China since the late 1990s The clash with Japan over the Senkaku Islandsor Diaoyu in Chinesehas escalated as well Two years agothe detention of the captain of a Chinese fishing trawler in the waters near the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands led to a serious rupture in Sino-Japanese relations because Beijing used disproportional retaliationincluding the suspension of exports of rare-earth materials to Japanto force Tokyo to release the detained fisherman This yearthe Beijing-Tokyo ties have further deteriorated because of a series of diplomatic confrontations over the same islands Constrained by domestic political factors (leadership transition in China and a weak government facing a snap election in Japan)neither side has shown willingness to back down Without assigning blame for the latest diplomatic fights and geopolitical tensions between Chinathe USand Chinas neighbourswe can probably agree on one thing: Beijings peaceful rise or peaceful development slogan has lost its appealif not credibility After a decade of waiting for Beijing to match its words with deedscountries that have the biggest stake in Chinas peaceful rise are growing morenot lessconcerned Assuaging the anxieties of its neighbours and regaining their trust should be among the top priorities of Chinas new leadership There are several things they can do right away: FirstBeijing needs to change its strategy for handling territorial disputes Instead of vigorously asserting its claimsit must pledge to adhere to applicable international laws For examplein the South China Sea disputeits refusal to resolve the disputes through multilateral means and in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea has severely undermined its standing and credibility A complete reversal here should help Beijing repair its relations with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and avoid a potential conflict with the other claimantsparticularly Vietnam SecondChina may have a legitimate reason to strengthen its military powerbut it has to accompany its military modernisation with complementary measures of confidence-building and transparency Genuinely reciprocal and substantive exchanges with the militaries of the countries most concerned with Chinas defence modernisationsuch as the USJapan and Indiawill help reducethough not eliminatedistrust Establishing rules that will avoid accidents is another critical measure Imposing tight restrictions on military deployment and exercise can also send a reassuring message Lastand most importantlyChinas new leaders will need to learn to see Chinas rise not from Beijings perspectivebut from that of the international communityparticularly its neighbours Such a change of perspectiverather than another marketing slogancould go a long way towards calming their fears The writer is a professor of government and non-resident senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the US express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: January 18 2017 3:24 pm Actor Vishal deactivates his Twitter account Top News Actor Vishal has come under fire for allegedly supporting PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) which has been campaigning against Jallikattu After receiving flak from the pro-Jallikattu supporters on social media the actor has deactivated his account on the mico-blogging site Twitter while his official Facebook page is still active Vishal who is also general secretary of the Nadigar Sangam on Tuesday rubbished the reports suggesting that he was against Jallikattu He said that he has always been supporting the traditional bull-taming sport of Tamil Nadu and he will work towards lifting the ban on it He also requested public not to believe any information that is spread by some random people on social media WATCH VIDEO |Protests Intensify In Tamil Nadu Against Ban On Jallikattu Vishal is the second Kollywood celebrity to deactivate his Twitter handle in less than 48 hours Actor Trisha Krishnan deactivated her Twitter account on Sunday after she was subjected to ruthless trolling on social media due to her association with PETA Read |Jallikattu row: Trisha Krishnan deactivates her Twitter after facing attacks from protesters Even Trisha’s clarification that she was never against Jallikattu also failed to pacify her detractors The actor last week had to leave a shooting location after an angry mob of Jallikattu supporters protested against her for endorsing PETA which had obtained a Supreme Court ban on Jallikattu in 2014 citing animal cruelty Jallikattu is a bull taming sport practised during the Tamil festival of Pongal The unrelenting targeting of Trisha prompted the Kollywood celebrities including Simbu Kamal Haasan among others to request the Jallikattu supporters to leave the actor alone WATCH VIDEO |Tamil Nadu: People Protest At Marina Beach Against SC Ban On Jallikattu Jallikattu ban has become a full-blown political issue in the state which is intertwined with Tamil identity and culture Despite the Supreme Court ban on the sport Jallikattu was conducted across Tamil Nadu on Tuesday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew Delhi: The reforms vis-a-vis the armed forces approved by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday have not been influenced by the standoff with China at Doka La Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said "A committee led by Lt Gen DB Shekatkar (retd) was formed much before this (Doka La standoff) and its recommendations were under consideration for long" Jaitley said The government had formed the committee to increase/improve the defence forces’ teeth-to-tail ratio File image of Arun Jaitley Reuters "The Shekatkar Committee submitted its report to the defence ministry in December 2016 We have since accepted 65 of its 99 recommendations" he added The minister refused to comment on the overall consequences of the Doka La standoff (that began on June 16 and continued for 75 days) saying the external affairs ministry had already made a statement on the issue "Given the sensitivity of the issue involved it is not appropriate for me to comment The external affairs ministry has already made a detailed statement and that is the government’s official position" Jaitley said On 28 August the external affairs ministry statement said: "In recent weeks India and China have maintained diplomatic communication in respect of the incident at Doka La During these communications we were able to express our views and convey our concerns and interests "On this basis expeditious disengagement of border personnel at face-off site at Doka La has been agreed to and is ongoing" By: PTI | Chandigarh | Published: June 15 2017 11:51 pm The Supreme Court has constituted the Lodha Committee to dispose off properties of the PACL limited so that the sale proceeds can be paid off to the investors the minister said Related News The Chief Minister Amarinder Singh dispensation today expressed its inability to take action against PACL which had allegedly collected more than Rs 60000 crore through illegal collective investment saying the company was not registered with the Punjab government However the government was in the process of introducing a fresh Bill to deal with such fraudulent cases state Finance Minister informed the Assembly today To a question of AAP MLA Aman Arora whether the state government was taking any action against the erring chit fund companies/persons by tracing their benami properties as per the instructions of Lodha Committee set up by the Supreme Court “No Sir PACL is not registered with the state government The state government takes action against those chit fund companies which are registered with the state government” Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal said in a written reply tabled in the ongoing budget session today The Supreme Court has constituted the Lodha Committee to dispose off properties of the PACL limited so that the sale proceeds can be paid off to the investors the minister said Replying to question on whether the government was making any special legal provision to curb such fraudulent cases the minister said that the Punjab Protection of Interests of Depositors’ (in Financial Establishments) Bill 2015 was passed by Punjab Vidhan Sabha in September 2015 “The Bill was sent to the government of India for President’s assent The government of India has made few comments and observations on the Bill which are included “As per the advice of LR the Bill has to be withdrawn formally and a fresh bill is to be passed by the state legislature The process to withdraw the Bill has already been initiated” the minister said He further said that a total of 63 cases have been registered against 19 chit fund companies from April 1 2012 till March 31 2017 Notably PACL which had raised money from public in the name of agriculture and real estate businesses was found by Sebi to have collected more than Rs 60000 crore through illegal collective investment schemes over a period of 18 years The Supreme Court-appointed R M Lodha committee was overseeing disposal of PACL assets so as to refund the affected investors For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: February 28 2017 8:28 pm Sanjay Dutt was shooting for his comeback film Bhoomi in Agra Top News Sanjay Dutt’s fans are too happy about his comeback on the big screen So much so that they’ve forced the makers to halt the shoot of the film for sometime Yes that’s true As per reports the unit of the film moved 15 kms outside Agra to shoot a wedding sequence But due to the massive crowd that gathered at the location to catch a glimpse of their favourite superstar things went out of control forcing the makers to stop the filming Watch | Sanjay Dutt celebrates Mahashivratri: A source from the production unit says “We were shooting at Kaushal Bajpai house in a village called Bamrauli Katara near Agra on Thursday It was a night shoot and we had more than adequate security in place Apart from Sanjay sir’s bodyguards the state police force had deployed their men on location” The source continued “We didn’t realise when the crowd wildly multiplied with some turning unruly It wasn’t safe for Sanjay sir to come out for the shoot Aditi (Rao Hydari who plays his daughter) was also part of the scene We waited for hours for the crowd to thin out before calling off the shoot” The crowd on set Director Omung Kumar confirms the news adding “We were all set to roll but thousands of people just took over our set We couldn’t manage the crowd; it was impossible to shoot that night It was in the best interest of everyone to cancel it” The scene reportedly will be shot later this week Check out more pictures of Sanjay Dutt Aditi Rao Hydari and Shekhar Suman: Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Picture credit: APH Images Bhoomi also stars Shekhar Suman and Aditi Rao Hydari in pivotal roles Aditi plays the titular role of Bhoomi daughter of Sanjay Dutt’s character The film is being directed by Sarabjit fame Omung Kumar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Jammu and Kashmir Police and security agencies have been heavily dominating for the first time, Ghansoli and Uran phata on Sion-Panvel highway faced waterlogging. said the matter was listed in the weekly list earlier this month.