Speaking at the Asia Society India Centre, Carnegie’s Ashley J. Tellis and Suhasini Haidar of the Hindu held a discussion on the trajectory of Indo-Chinese-U.S. relations. Tellis stressed the multidimensional nature of the triangular relationship between India, China and the United States. He explained that India seeks a “non-obligated” relationship with the United States to promote economic development and secure its global status. This creates a constantly shifting equilibrium between the United States, India, and China, he said.
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