ZHOU BO: The U.S. offers a slap but help when the India is at the moment of National crisis

  • A U.S. Navy ship entered the India’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in less than a month after the Quad summit between the leaders of the United States, India, Japan and Australia. Its Seventh Fleet even hyped a special statement. On the other hand, the U.S. refused to comment on lifting ban on COVID-19 vaccine raw materials export to India, making the epidemic crisis even worse in India . When the U.S. is in great need of India's help to confront with China, however India is confused by those unreasonable actions.  Does a free and open Indo-Pacific reveal unlikely bedfellows between the U.S. and the India? What is the future of India being a "quasi alliance" of the U.S.? In response to the above problems, China Forum interviewed Zhou Bo, Senior Fellow, CISS, Tsinghua University, Director of the Centre for Security and China Forum expert.

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