24 September 2018
India is thought to have an important role in the Pacific region given the decline of U.S. influence and the emergence of China.
“The rise of India’s economic and military power opens the possibility that the country could fill the void left by the U.S.,” Dr Sinderpal Singh of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore told a conference in Hanoi last week.
But he expressed doubts about India’s ability to meet the expectations of other countries that have the same objectives as he analyzed the strategic differences between India and the U.S. at the “India’s rise and its impact on regional security architecture” conference.
IDSS / Online
Last updated on 26/09/2018