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Tuesday, Dec 07, 2021
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Straightening The Straits

India is an Indo-Pacific country. So is China. An inevitable economic-strategic geopolitical ballet mustn't miss a step.

Straightening The Straits
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Straightening The Straits
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The oceans are churning. India’s overall maritime security environment is in the midst of momentous strategic change. New Delhi must deploy a smart mix of deterrence and diplomacy if it is to advance and protect its interests, balancing peace with national fulfilment, in this Indo-Pacific age.

This is the message of Samudra Manthan: Sino-Indian Rivalry in the Indo-Pacific by C. Raja Mohan, and it is one that policy elites would do well to heed.

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