When she was in India this month, Hillary Clinton proposed a new dialogue between China, India and America (CIA). Some in Beijing are likely to reject this suggestion instinctively. Yes, it is possible that two of the world’s largest democracies may gang up against China. However, before rejecting this idea, they should think twice. Indeed, Hillary may have presented a wonderful geopolitical opportunity for all three countries. It is not a given that America and India will see eye to eye against China on the main global challenges. It is equally likely that India and China, or even America and China, may see eye to eye on some issues. Continue reading »
© The Financial Times Ltd 2014 FT and 'Financial Times' are trademarks of The Financial Times Ltd.