What should the landlocked country do if there is blockade on FUEL (cooking LPG, petrol, diesel, etc) /FOOD and people of that country are going to starve in near future?
I'm asking this in the context of Nepal (south Asia) in which I currently live and currently India have put blockade (although not officially declared) on fuel/food supply. The road to china is very difficult and recent huge earthquake in April have destroyed that too and it seems very hard to cut through hills to import supplies. The Nepal/India border is an open border where people from either country can pass without a passport. Nepal has been importing goods and fuel from India from more than 40+ years. The two countries have also done a treaty regarding export/import of fuel and goods where it states that there will be uninterrupted supply.. I've heard there are also some international rule regarding landlocked country for food/fuel supply. The Indian government officials have ordered to let the supply go smooth but still the fuel tankers are not allowed to pass through but the container/trucks carrying vegetables (which are decayable) are let to pass through from Indian side. There is no hatred among the people of both countries as many of Indians and some Nepali make their living working on each other's country.
Reason for blockade: Recent Declaration of new constitution 2015, Sept. I don't know what is the major interest of India..but one thing for sure is that India and China do not have good relation due to border disputes.