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Contested Spaces, Tangled Webs: Indian Geopolitics Today

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Over the last decade, the United States and India have sought to build a strategic partnership. At the same time, the rise of India's neighbor China, along with Chinese military assertiveness and trade imbalances and security threats emanating from China, have fueled new tensions with the United States. This event will offer an Indian perspective on the geometry of the India-U.S.-China triangle in the Indo-Pacific region. It will also lay out a way forward for New Delhi.


  • Nirupama Rao

    Global Fellow
    Former Indian Foreign Secretary; Former Indian Ambassador to Washington and Beijing; Former Public Policy Fellow
  • Yun Sun

    Co-Director, East Asia Program and China Program Director, Henry L. Stimson Center
  • Daniel Markey

    Senior Research Professor in International Relations, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)