NEW DELHI: The answer to preventing China from becoming a dominant power in the Indian Ocean Region is to form alliances in the region, say strategists and former military officers in this edition of Strategic Insight, our limited edition weekly programme. China is unhappy with the Quad and any other potential multinational naval grouping since it doesn’t have the wherewithal to take on several countries at one time. Our Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale is in conversation with VAdm Satish Soni (Retd), Former Commander-in-Chief of India’s Eastern Naval Command and Maj Gen Rajiv Narayanan (Retd), Head of USI’s Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation (CS3)
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