US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
C. Uday Bhaskar
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C. Uday Bhaskar

South China Sea dilemma: how can the US-led movement persuade China to act fairly?

  • Amid anxiety about China’s bullying and US commitment, Asean and Quad nations could issue a joint statement calling out Beijing for its ‘unlawful’ activities and demanding a course correction. How China responds would be instructive

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
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C. Uday Bhaskar

C. Uday Bhaskar

Commodore C. Uday Bhaskar is director of the Society for Policy Studies (SPS), an independent think tank based in New Delhi. He was formerly head of two other major Indian institutions: the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) and the National Maritime Foundation (NMF).