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Chinese naval construction
has far outpaced that of the United States for many years. By some measures,
the lethality of its surface combatants is a match for comparable Western
vessels – or even better. With the U.S. Navy already stretched thin in the East
Asia, reliance on its traditional allies and long-time technological edge is
not enough. There must be more hulls in the water.
Captain James E. Fanell
Dr. Michael Leigh
For a long time after World War II, India attracted little interest from Japan. New Delhi was on the wrong side of the Cold War in Tokyo’s eyes, and its autarkic economic policies left little space for Japanese trade or investment. In time, Japan became India’s largest aid supplier and continues to lead donors. Over the past eight years, though, the two countries h...
Pramit Pal Chaudhuri