NEW DELHI/BEIJING (Reuters) – India and China have agreed to an “expeditious disengagement” of troops in a disputed border area…”
Dramatic failure of the US NeoCons & Liberal imperialists strategy in India.
The attempt to force Asian countries (Japan, S Korea, Vietnam, and above all India) into an Anti-Chinese war coalition is not working. India, the key piece of the second hand war strategy, is saying loud and clear they prefer a future with the BRICS countries. Expect an anti India campaign in the Anglo American media.  In the meantime the Philippines are out. Vietnam is intensifying his relation with Russia (And by the way, India is looking more than ever at the military opportunity offered by Russia as well). The North Korea missile tests put Japan and South Korea in a situation of doubt and second thought on whether it’s a good idea to go along with the US plan for an Asian war coalition against China (and Russia). This is reinforced by the recent and “unexplainable” accidents that grounded the US VII Fleet in the Pacific- Indian Ocean area. The expanded BRICS  is re-emerging as the most realistic strategy for many countries.  Will this have positive consequences inside Washington and New York and lead to an abandonment of the war&looting strategy? The last presidential election put Trump in the White House with the mandate to stop the warmongerer of the Bushites and Clintonites variety but the swamp is re taking over again. Will the present situation in Asia constitute the positive shock fore a change of direction? Will the European countries learn finally to stand up for their survival? Will this stop the drunk hysterical would be cowboys shooting their last bullets in the global saloon?
NEW DELHI/BEIJING (Reuters) – India and China have agreed to an “expeditious disengagement” of troops in a disputed border area where their soldiers have been locked in a stand-off for more than two months, India’s foreign ministry said on Monday.

The decision comes ahead of a summit of the BRICS nations – a grouping that also includes Brazil, Russia and South Africa – in China next month, which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to attend. (…)