This Article First Appeared In The Foreign policy On July 16, 2023
“Washington is overlooking one of the most interesting geopolitical developments in the region in years: the emergence of India as a major player in the Middle East,” FP’s Steven A. Cook wrote last month.
It’s not just the Middle East. Around the world, New Delhi is projecting its power in new ways as it forms alliances, seals trade deals, and ramps up defense cooperation, reshaping the global order in the process. This edition of Flash Points explores India’s new geopolitics—and what it means for the international balance of power.—Chloe Hadavas