India and Australia: Creating new strategic geometries in the Indo-Pacific

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    The rise of Asia’s two giants, China and India, is forcing Australia to re-examine its understanding of the regional order that has existed since the 1940s. India is becoming an ever more important element in the Indo-Pacific strategic balance. Australia’s security relationship with India has been growing much closer over the last decade, driven by concerns about China as well as a host of other shared interests. In the long term, India is likely to become a key security partner in the Indian Ocean and possibly one of Australia’s most important security partners in the Indo-Pacific region.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Indo-Pacific Axis: Peace and Prosperity or Conflict?
    Editors Satish Chandra & Baladas Ghoshal
    Place of PublicationOxon
    ISBN (Print)9780429958588
    Publication statusPublished - 2018


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