#Internationalpeaceday: Now at the peak of the world, war has changed such a form

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Every year on 21st September The international peace day is observed. It was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly.

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International Peace Day dove

It is the compulsion of the moment to discuss more unrest than peace on #InternationalDayOfPeace.

How calm the world is today can be gauged from the fact that there is no thunder ingness, because war has changed its form.

Ships from US, Japan and UK are patrolling the South China Sea. There is a wave of civil war and instability in African and many Central Asian countries.

North Korea is claimed to have increased its nuclear stockpile by 25 per cent. The war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh may have subsided, but tensions remain.

The situation in Afghanistan is visible. Quad and oakus have given rise to a new kind of stress. Let’s see how turbulent your world is –

Us and China round up:

The US has stepped up the round-up. The US has formed another military alliance called Oakus after the Quad. The quad consists of the US, Japan, Australia and India. While The Oakus has the US, Australia and the UK.

The US aims to strengthen India, Japan and Australia against expansionist China. Under this, us and UK aircraft carriers are thundering in the South China Sea.

There has also been tension between China and the US over Taiwan for a long time. China, on the other hand, has nuclear-rich countries like North Korea and Pakistan. China also has good relations with Iran, Turkey and Russia.

Us vs. Iran :

Iran has supported the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan. Since the assassination of Iranian General Qasim Sulaimani in 2020, the two countries have become the most tense. This led to the attack on the Us Airbase in Iraq.

India vs China-Pakistan

India feels threatened on two fronts simultaneously. China describes Pakistan as its evergreen friend, so India could be at risk of a joint attack on both sides simultaneously. Indo-Pak relations are at a low level since the Pulwama attack.

India-China relations have been derailed after the martyrdom of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley on June 15, 2020. While China may be providing fighter aircraft, missiles and nuclear technology to Pakistan, India has shown an aggressive attack on the LAC and has shown that every attack will be retaliated.

New equations to encircle China:

New equations are being created in the Central Asian and Indo-Pacific regions as part of the US strategy to corner China. That is why the US is silent even when banned terrorists are made ministers in Afghanistan, while China is talking about friendship with the Taliban.

India’s traditional friend Russia is now conducting exercises with Pakistan, while the US and India have signed strategic military agreements. Australia, which has so far been in a tinge of steam with China, is now looking to India for security.

Japan has also given a stern signal to China by accelerating on the military front. In addition to the South China Sea, 80,000 US troops are also deployed in Japan and South Korea.

Iran-Turkey vs. Israel:

The war between Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian extremist group, is not going to stop. If Hamas carries out rocket attacks, Israel often bombes its targets.

Iran and the terror group Hezbollah are said to be behind the strengthening of Hamas. Turkish President Erdogan has also appealed to Muslim countries to unite against Israel.

Unrest from Central Asia to Africa:

From Yemen, Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan to African countries, people are feeling insecure because of terror and violence. In Afghanistan, isis is trying to capture Iraqi cities as ISIS is carrying out bomb blasts day in and day out after the formation of the Taliban government.

Similarly, the Houthi rebels are giving a tough fight to the Yemeni government. Sudan’s civil war, which began in 2003 from Darafur, is still continuing. The civil war against the government in Tigre, Ethiopia, has continued since 2020.