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  • INDIA’S PANGONG PICKLE: NEW DELHI’S OPTIONS AFTER ITS CLASH WITH CHINA0

    CHRISTOPHER CLARY AND VIPIN NARANG JULY 2, 2020 warontherocks.com In early May, “fist fights and stone-pelting” broke out between Chinese and Indian troops at two separate sites along their disputed border. India and China are no strangers to border incidents ­— even prolonged standoffs — so the skirmishes were newsworthy but not especially noteworthy. By the end of the month, Indian and Chinese media had focused

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  • 15 Big Ideas to Operationalize America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy0

    Eric Sayers    April 6, 2018 The Trump administration has offered a strong vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific, but without a bold set of policy and budget initiatives to make it real, it risks becoming yet another empty concept. The first year of the administration saw a reaffirmation of Bush and Obama-era policies

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