Arzan Tarapore

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Arzan Tarapore is a nonresident fellow at the National Bureau of Asian Research, where his research focuses primarily on military strategy and Indo-Pacific security issues. He previously served in the Australian Defence Department.

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Foreign Policy Essay

How India’s Rise Can Complement U.S. Strategy

Editor’s Note: The strategic balance in Asia is changing dramatically, presenting both risks and opportunities for the United States. The dynamic between China and India is one important concern, particularly as U.S. relations with India have gone from tepid to friendly. Arzan Tarapore of the National Bureau of Asian Research argues that some forms of balancing China with India are unlikely to work but that helping India build up its maritime presence would be an effective counter to China's rise.

Daniel Byman

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