India's Actions Don't Mean Support for Putin's War
About the Episode
India’s choice to remain neutral on the Ukraine war aligns with their historic foreign policy choices and current security interests, Tanvi Mandan and Srinath Raghavan argue. They join Deep Dish host Brian Hanson to explain the long-term relationship between Delhi and Moscow, why the United States shouldn’t pressure India to choose sides, and where China fits in India’s calculations.
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Sushant Singh, deputy editor of the Indian Express newspaper, and the University of Chicago’s Paul Staniland discuss New Delhi’s perceptions about the “Indo-Pacific” strategy.
Arik Burakovsky, Dina Smeltz, and Brendan Helm analyze a survey of American experts on Russia about opinions on the country's relations with China and India.
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