Abhijit Singh

Abhijit Singh is a senior fellow and head of maritime policy at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi.
Abhijit Singh
Abhijit Singh is a senior fellow and head of maritime policy at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi.

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Opinion | India’s South China Sea policy has not changed. Now, as before, there’s no appetite to challenge China

India’s back-to-back moves to boost relations with Japan and Russia, particularly in security matters, appear to indicate it wants a bigger naval role in the contested South China Sea to counter a rising China. The reality is far different.

13 Sep 2019 - 11:55AM

India’s back-to-back moves to boost relations with Japan and Russia, particularly in security matters, appear to indicate it wants a bigger naval role in the contested South China Sea to counter a rising China. The reality is far different.

India’s South China Sea policy has not changed. Now, as before, there’s no appetite to challenge China
How India, too, is on a quest for undersea dominance, to counter the Chinese navy’s growing presence

As China and the US pursue development of unmanned underwater drones, the Indian navy is also adjusting its strategy to include autonomous vehicles in its armoury against China’s growing undersea footprint in the Indian Ocean.

31 Aug 2018 - 6:21AM

As China and the US pursue development of unmanned underwater drones, the Indian navy is also adjusting its strategy to include autonomous vehicles in its armoury against China’s growing undersea footprint in the Indian Ocean.

How India, too, is on a quest for undersea dominance, to counter the Chinese navy’s growing presence
The ‘Indo-Pacific’ has always been about containing the rise of China