Not the US, not China. India holds the cards in the Indo-Pacific

//Not the US, not China. India holds the cards in the Indo-Pacific

Not the US, not China. India holds the cards in the Indo-Pacific

At last month’s G20 summit in Osaka, India once again took part in two trilateral meetings – one with Japan and the United States, the other with China and Russia. The first focused on “how the three countries can work together towards an open, stable and rule-based Indo-Pacific region”, according to India’s External Affairs Ministry. The latter, meanwhile, provided an important opportunity for “the world’s leading economies [to have an] exchange of views … on the economic, political and…

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