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The Indo-Pacific Strategy’s Fatal Blind Spot

The Indo-Pacific narrative has its merits, and will undoubtedly remain important for shaping policies to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century. The problem is that it threatens to distract Western leaders from an alternative framework – the Eurasian alliance of Russia and China – whose immediate relevance is undeniable.

STOCKHOLM – Is the dominance of “Indo-Pacific” thinking leading Western strategists astray?