From the left, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio arrive for their Quad leaders’ meeting at the Japanese prime minister’s office in Tokyo on May 24. Photo: AFP
From the left, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio arrive for their Quad leaders’ meeting at the Japanese prime minister’s office in Tokyo on May 24. Photo: AFP
Abdul Moiz Khan
Opinion

Opinion

Abdul Moiz Khan and Amna Saqib

In seeking to be a major global power, India risks being undermined in its own Indian Ocean backyard

  • India has been expanding its reach in international politics and pursuing relations with major powers, including the US and Russia
  • However, major powers’ growing interest in the Indian Ocean region is creating hurdles for New Delhi’s strategic objectives

From the left, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio arrive for their Quad leaders’ meeting at the Japanese prime minister’s office in Tokyo on May 24. Photo: AFP
From the left, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio arrive for their Quad leaders’ meeting at the Japanese prime minister’s office in Tokyo on May 24. Photo: AFP
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