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April 12, 2023
Why India-China Conflict may Escalate, why US Needs to Be on India’s Side
In this episode of ThePrint Debates, Jyoti Malhotra speaks to Director of the Indo-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, Lisa Curtis and senior defense analyst RAND Corporation, Derek Grossman on their report 'India-China border tension and the US strategy in the Indo-Pacific', discussing the factors behind India-China border conflict and the US' role in it.
Watch the full interview from ThePrint.
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