US seeks strategic ties with India to sideline China

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said before a visit to India next week that the Trump administration was working on a “strategic relationship” with India, seeing New Delhi as a counterweight to the growing Chinese. On Wednesday, less than a month before President Donald Trump is due to make his first state visit to China, Tillerson said the US had started to discuss alternatives to Chinese infrastructure financing in Asia. The US Asia-Pacific policy is expected to top the agenda of Trump’s visit to Asia next month. What does the US foreign policy mean for Asia-Pacific relations? Listen in on the discussion with Rong Ying from the China Institute of International Studies, Sourabh Gupta of ICAS, and Richard Rossow from the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

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