September 07, 2010

South Asia's Geography of Conflict | Robert Kaplan

By Robert D. Kaplan

In this exclusive interview, CNAS Senior Fellow Robert D. Kaplan discusses his new report, South Asia’s Geography of Conflict.  Kaplan argues, “As the U.S. and China become great power rivals, the direction in which India tilts could determine the course of geopolitics in Eurasia in the 21st century."

 

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