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India wades carefully into the Western Pacific
Since the 1990s, India has been making its presence in the Western Pacific felt. It has several key partnerships in the region. Most important among these are its ties with the United States, Japan, Singapore and Australia. While it will continue to use these relationships to strengthen its position, especially in relation to China, India must also be careful not to earn Beijing’s ire. New Delhi’s partners will therefore have to be patient as they seek to show joint strength.