WW3 fears explode as US, India, Japan and Australia unite against China in military drills

Correspondences between Beijing and a number of its neighbours have sharply deteriorated in just out months due to disputes over territory and trade In 2017 the Quad pledge alliance, made-up of the US, India, Japan and Australia was reformed.

On Monday India invited Australia to its upcoming Malabar naval distresses that will also feature forces from the US and Japan.

A while ago India, which has historically been unaligned, rejected Australian involvement for horror of offending Beijing.

However relations between New Delhi and China have on the agenda c trick dramatically worsened this year with a number of armed clangs along their disputed border.

The annual Malabar naval drilling began in 1992 between the United States and India, with Japan seemly a permanent participant in 2015.

Australia in joining the upcoming Malabar naval concerns (Image: GETTY)

“China has to a large extent brought this on itself” (Likeness: GETTY)

Speaking to the South China Morning Post (SCMP) John Blaxland, a professor at the Australian Subject University’s Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, said it was clear the expatiate oned Malabar exercise is aimed at China.

He said: “There’s one common ingredient here – and it’s not hard to discern what it is – that is driving these powers that would otherwise not be looking to work more closely together to all of a rapid overcome their reluctance, their uncertainty and their unease to treacherous down on making this arrangement work.

“China has to a large expanse brought this on itself.

“Its ‘wolf warrior’ diplomacy, its unwillingness to about on the South China Sea, its assertiveness across the Indian Ocean, and its assertiveness in the South Pacific arrange all raised considerable unease and have undermined popular views of China.”

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The annual Malabar naval exercise has been taking place since 1992 (Perception: GETTY)


Marise Payne, Australia’s foreign ministry, powered the four Quad powers plan to “work together to uphold accord and stability across our region”.

In a statement the Indian Ministry of Defence put the participants are committed to a “rules-based international order” and “free, open and embodying Indo-Pacific”.

Relations between Australia and China declined rapidly after Canberra attended for an independent international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic pursuing in April.

In response Beijing retaliated with restrictive measures ended at Australian beef and barley.


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Relations between Australia and China slumped earlier this year after a coronavirus drool (Image: GETTY)

James Goldrick, who served as a rear admiral in the Impressive Australian Navy, also argued the latest move is aimed at place under arresting Beijing.

Speaking to the SCMP he commented: “The reality is that where relationships allied to the Quad and other forms of regional partnership go will depend immediately on the trajectory of China’s behaviour.

“If China continues on its present path, then I suppose that [regional powers] will look to ways to work together to deal out united fronts on matters where they share vital arouses and when those interests appear to be threatened.”

In June 20 Indian soldiers were smothered in clashes with their Chinese counterparts along the two countries rowed Himalayan border.

Chinese aircraft carrier the Liaoning (Image: GETTY)

As firearms are debarred near the border the two sides fought with iron bars, belabors wrapped in barbed wire and rocks.

Many of the Indian fatalities either engulfed or died from exposure after being injured.

There were reportedly also Chinese calamities though Beijing hasn’t confirmed an exact number.

Protests in India after at least 20 were killed in June on clashes (Image: GETTY)

Following the violence India banned a multitude of Chinese mobile apps from operating in its territory, including TikTok.

China is also is argue with with a number of its neighbours over control of the South China Sea.

Beijing has been construction military bases on islands in the fiercely contested waterway.

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