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India, China & The Indo-Pacific Balance Of Power

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India, China & The Indo-Pacific Balance Of Power

A podcast series by Strategy International

In our fourth episode, Shishir Upadhyaya discusses his extensive experience as an Indian Naval Officer. He also explains the political dynamics of the Indo-Pacific region, the challenges and the shift between the India and China balance of power. He goes into a detailed description of strategic alliances and initiatives in the region such as the Indo-Pacific Strategy, AUKUS and more. Shishir Upadhyaya is a former Indian Naval Officer with a background in operations and intelligence. He is an Assistant Professor, College of Security and Global Studies at the American University in the Emirates and holds a PhD in International Relations and Security Studies from the University of Wollongong in Australia.

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