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India-Russia Friendship At Risk As China's Influence Grows

  • Posted on April 9, 2023
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 India at a Crossroads: Balancing Ties with Russia and Navigating China's Growing Influence


     In a rapidly changing global landscape, India finds itself at a crossroads. The strengthening partnership between China and Russia has the potential to jeopardize India's long-standing alliance with Russia, which has been a key pillar of India's foreign policy for decades. As China's influence continues to grow in the region, India must navigate these shifting geopolitical realities with care.


 Xi Jinping's Russia Visit: China's growing influence and its impact on India


      China and Russia have been deepening their friendship and expanding their cooperation in recent years. During a visit to Russia in March 2021, Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasized the need for "comprehensive partnerships and strategic dialogue" to address global challenges.


He also signaled that China is firmly in Russia's camp in the ongoing Ukrainian crisis, a shift that has significant implications for India.


Former Indian Foreign Secretary Warns of China-Russia Threat to India's Relationship with Russia


     Shyam Saran, former Foreign Secretary of India, believes that China's growing partnership with Russia poses a threat to India's relationship with Russia. He cites China's conviction that the United States and its allies seek to contain China, as well as China's desire to play a more assertive role in global affairs, as reasons for this growing partnership.


For India, the prospect of Russia being swayed by China's influence and limiting its defense supplies to India is a major concern.


China's Growing Influence on Russia Sparks Concerns Over India's Defense Supplies


     Russia has long been India's largest defense supplier, but its weakening economy and military capabilities have raised doubts about its ability to continue supplying India with weapons. If China were to exert pressure on Russia to cut off defense supplies to India, it would be a major blow to India's security interests.


Balancing traditional ties with Russia while deepening military relationship with the US: India's delicate dance


     While India has been working to deepen its military relationship with the United States, it must also find a way to balance its traditional ties with Russia. As the world continues to shift towards a new Cold War, India must navigate this complex geopolitical landscape with caution.


 India Must Navigate Complex Geopolitical Landscape with Care as New Cold War Looms 

     In conclusion, India finds itself in a precarious position as China and Russia strengthen their partnership. While India's traditional alliance with Russia remains important, it must also find a way to engage with China and the United States to protect its national interests.


     The future of India's foreign policy may well depend on its ability to navigate these complex and rapidly changing geopolitical realities.


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