US President Joe Biden (top centre) hosts a meeting with Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, in the White House in Washington, on September 24. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Joe Biden (top centre) hosts a meeting with Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, in the White House in Washington, on September 24. Photo: Bloomberg
Daryl Guppy
Opinion

Opinion

Daryl Guppy

India’s US-Russia balancing act makes for an uneasy Quad alliance

  • While India is cozying up to Australia, Japan and the US as part of the Quad, it is also a large customer for Russian arms and a Shanghai Cooperation Organisation member
  • Meanwhile, the US’ double standards on India’s regulation of its waters calls into question the legitimacy of the Quad’s moral high ground

US President Joe Biden (top centre) hosts a meeting with Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, in the White House in Washington, on September 24. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Joe Biden (top centre) hosts a meeting with Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, in the White House in Washington, on September 24. Photo: Bloomberg
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