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Same Same, but Different: Strategic Relations in the Russia-India-China-U.S. Quadrangle // Russia in Global Affairs. 2023. Vol. 21, Issue 3. P. 205-208. DOI 10.31278/1810-6374-2023-21-3-205-208.
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DOI 10.31278/1810-6374-2023-21-3-205-208

The Indo-American strategic partnership is a long-term trend that no one, including Russia, will be able to reverse. Russia must realize that the Indian political elites are expanding their contacts with the Americans not because of the “pressure from Washington,” but because, in their opinion, cooperation with the U.S. is in New Delhi’s national interests. At the same time, Moscow has the right to expect New Delhi to show a similar attitude towards the Russian-Chinese “relations of comprehensive partnership and strategic interaction of a new era”.


Keywords: China | I ndia | India-Russia relations | United States | world order |



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