In-Depth Briefing #60: Indo-China competition

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“Though it is essential for the US to appreciate the contours of its relationship with India when evaluating what support it might expect in the event of a US-China crisis resulting from, for example, the blockade or invasion of Taiwan, shared apprehensions about the prospect of China dominating Asia and the Indo-Pacific mean that the US-India relationship will continue to help shape global politics.” – Sebastian Raj Pender, CHACR Research Fellow, considers Indo-China competition in South Asia.


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