While India's stepping up to play the Indo-Pacific game is commendable, there are serious structural and operational handicaps that it will have to overcome
Three unrelated events over the past fortnight have unveiled a new great game being played by key powers in the Indo-Pacific arena—stretching from the Indian Ocean, bound by the east coast of Africa, through the equatorial seas around the Indonesian archipelago, the South China Sea, and all the way to the Pacific Ocean, bound by the west coast of North America—an area larger in size and strategic import than covered by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
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