India Struggles With Its Strategy for Becoming a Great Power
Mar 23, 2018 | 14:38 GMT
- India's grand strategy has evolved significantly since independence more than 70 years ago, but the country has had mixed success in achieving its objectives.
- The rise of China and a dangerous impasse with Pakistan pose new challenges to New Delhi and are pushing a reluctant India into a closer partnership with the United States.
- Despite key successes, India's economic problems are huge, and they remain the biggest barrier to rising to great power status.