NEW DELHI: Despite India objecting to Sri Lanka permitting a Chinese spy ship to dock at Hambantota, China has prevailed over the new government in the island nation. Being the first responder to Sri Lanka’s economic crisis and rushing in unconditional assistance worth billions of dollars, what should India’s future approach be to gain strategic influence over its neighbour and balance off China? In this episode of ‘Ask Nitin’, StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale dwells on some options India can explore.
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