May 1, 2014

A Developing India-China Maritime Dynamic

Abhijit Singh, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

India’s decision to send the warship INS Shivalik to participate in a multilateral naval exercise at the northeastern Chinese port city of Qingdao last week generated some curiosity among maritime watchers. 

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