Content from the Brookings Institution India Center is now archived. After seven years of an impactful partnership, as of September 11, 2020, Brookings India is now the Centre for Social and Economic Progress, an independent public policy institution based in India.
In this episode, Dhruva Jaishankar, fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings India, and Rush Doshi, post-doctoral fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings, discuss the balance of power across the Indo-Pacific as China’s influence grows and India seeks to increase economic connectivity and strengthen security relationships.
- India rising: Soft power and the world’s largest democracy
- Indian foreign policy in a changing world
- The U.S., China, and India balancing act in the Indo-Pacific
- For India and the United States, 2+2 equals more
- Why India’s ‘Act East’ needs China — and China’s ‘Go West’ needs India
- Wuhan Summit: An important signal of intent by India and China
- Connecting the Bay of Bengal: The Problem
With thanks to audio producer Gaston Reboredo, Chris McKenna, Brennan Hoban, Fred Dews, and Camilo Ramirez for additional support.
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