India and Regional Balance of Power in Asia
Along with Japan, New Delhi is cooperating closely with Asia’s other powers in creating a local balance against China’s assertive behavior in the region. This is evident in India’s growing defense relationship with major states across the Asia-Pacific rim—Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia, South Korea and Singapore.
KeywordsIndian Ocean Strategic Partnership Local Balance Asian State Regional Balance
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