This video shows you that An Indian Russian Supersonic Mi$sile Could Be A Problem For China.
BrahMos Aerospace, a joint venture between India and Russia, has developed what it calls the world’s fastest supersonic cruise mis$ile. The namesake rocket may now be exported globally — a potentially concerning development for the world’s second-largest economy.
A BrahMos spokesperson told CNBC at this year’s Singapore Airshowthat discussions were underway “with a number of countries,” adding that the company would only sell to “responsible” nations friendly with both New Delhi and Moscow.
Many Southeast Asian countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam, are reportedly interested in purchasing the state-of-the-art BrahMos miss!le, which has a flight range of nearly 300 kilometers.
Hanoi is currently locked in a territorial dispute with Beijing in the South China Sea, so a purchase of the mi$$iles could be seen as an escalation from the Chinese perspective.
If the transaction materializes, “that would demonstrate an Indian willingness to arm a state right on China’s doorstep for the first time,” said Shashank Joshi, senior fellow for international affairs at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and senior research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration has denied reports that it was selling to Hanoi, but officials in the communist state have hinted that a deal was in place.
Dubbed “the carrier k!ller,” the BrahMos can be launched from land, sea and air. Low maintenance requirements make it the most cost-effective model among existing cruise mi$$iles systems, according to the firm. The rocket is able to precisely target enemy assets such as bunkers and radar systems, similar to what U.S. Tomahawk m!ssiles did to Islamic State infrastructure.
Potential sales of the BrahMos are concerning for Beijing, said Sameer Patil, director of the Centre for International Security at Mumbai-based think-tank Gateway House.
The mis$ile “will significantly upgrade military capabilities of any country buying it,” he [email protected] “This is particularly true for some Southeast Asian countries, which have a territorial dispute with China.”
China’s foreign ministry has not yet responded to CNBC’s request for comment.
The mi$sile’s current range means that “if India wanted to use it from the sea, it would have to get dangerously close to the enemy’s shoreline,” Joshi explained. “From the air, it would only be able to strike a limited number of Chinese targets in Tibet.” But “Russia and India are working to double the range of the miss!le, and this will make it more flexible and dangerous,” he added.
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