Afghanistan China & Pakistan Trinity :
Geo – Political imbalance in the Indian Ocean Region
।। Imran A. Chowdhury B.E.M।।
The recent developments in Afghanistan, the rise of the Taliban, and the confluences of evil terrorist groups convergence is perhaps the worst news that anyone has ever expected in their lifetime. There are bound to be precipitation of dark dust of destruction descending the vast swathes of the South Asian region due to this fall of civilisation. A country torn by war for the last 40 years will again be submerged in the decaying flood of misogyny, lawlessness, poverty and marginalisation.
Countries surrounding it from the three sides are colluding with this rogue regime to fish in this murky water to extricate undue advantage. These fishing and the collaboration by the Sino Pak axis of evil will have far-reaching consequences. These thoughtless trinities will hamper the impending growth of Afghanistan’s multi-ethnic population and collapse human rights growth; simultaneously, this neo alliance is likely to turn a blind eye in policing the rise of the terror groups harboured by the rogue establishment in power.
Perhaps these new threats will fuel more homegrown terror groups in the neighbouring countries and terror exportation to the south Asian countries. The country is likely to become the epic centre of all those bends followers of that vile preaching of destruction. It is so unfortunate that they have gone to bed with such a complex state machine that may pose an imminent threat at their doorstep.
China is now holding an enormous naval force in the world and will undoubtedly flex its muscle toward the Indian Ocean region and try to use its naval supremacy as the bargaining chip to control the trade and geopolitics of the ocean. 40% of the world’s trade travels through the waters of the Indian Ocean, and China in control of that mammoth body of water is an imminent danger for the South Asian neighbouring countries like India – Bangladesh – Sri Lanka and others.
In addition, Pakistan will undoubtedly jump on board to wage a proxy war in the Kashmir region against India and export its reprobate elements of terror minded people to places like Bangladesh.
It is still biting its nails of losing East Pakistan; therefore, the acrimonious feeling about a rising Bangladesh is difficult for them to comprehend. Hence, there has always been disturbance and terrorism perpetuated from them allegedly. It will be no exception this time as many analysts are augmenting.
The neighbours’ growths and the state of tranquillity are at the most crucial juncture since this latest trinity. The world’s civic societies, superpowers and democratic states must raise their voice to stop the nuisance to not to occur in the region