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US looking for partnership not dominance in Indo-Pacific, says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
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US looking for partnership not dominance in Indo-Pacific, says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

The US is looking at partnership and not dominance in the Indo-Pacific region, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday as he unveiled a series of developmental initiatives

US terms BRI 'made in China, for China', asks Beijing to adopt 'inclusive' approach to its overseas infrastructure projects
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US terms BRI 'made in China, for China', asks Beijing to adopt 'inclusive' approach to its overseas infrastructure projects

The Trump Administration said that the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is exclusively for China and asked Beijing to take an inclusive approach towards overseas infrastructure projects

US says India key partner in America's efforts to ensure peace, stability, prosperity in Indo-Pacific region
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US says India key partner in America's efforts to ensure peace, stability, prosperity in Indo-Pacific region

Ahead of an announcement for development in the Indo Pacific, US senior policy advisor Brian Hook says that the US has been focussed on bettering relations with India.

US to launch new initiatives in digital economy, energy and infrastructure to expand engagement in Indo-Pacific region
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US to launch new initiatives in digital economy, energy and infrastructure to expand engagement in Indo-Pacific region

US on Monday said it will be announcing several new initiatives in the areas of digital economy, energy and infrastructure for the Indo-Pacific region.

Sushma Swaraj at Delhi Dialogue: External affairs minister says Indo-Pacific must be 'free, open and inclusive'
India

Sushma Swaraj at Delhi Dialogue: External affairs minister says Indo-Pacific must be 'free, open and inclusive'

Sushma Swaraj said there was an imperative need for eschewing protectionism and avoiding return to great power rivalries.

Hours ahead of Helsinki summit, Washington and allies fear Trump may barter away strategic interests
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Hours ahead of Helsinki summit, Washington and allies fear Trump may barter away strategic interests

As Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin summit in Helsinki draws closer, there is speculation that the Russian president may have some ingratiating information on Trump's business dealings which he could put to good use in a one-on-one meet

India-China maritime talks signify improved ties, but quad remains key to effective Indo-Pacific strategy
India

India-China maritime talks signify improved ties, but quad remains key to effective Indo-Pacific strategy

The maritime dialogue with China assumes particular significance given Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent articulation of India’s strategic vision of the Indo-Pacific region at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore

China hardens stance against India over Indo-Pacific strategy, warns New Delhi may lose opportunities by following US
India

China hardens stance against India over Indo-Pacific strategy, warns New Delhi may lose opportunities by following US

China has always been wary of the "free and open Indo-Pacific" strategy that Donald Trump has been attempting to push.

Sri Lankan soldiers to visit Bodh Gaya: India employs military diplomacy, cultural outreach to offset Chinese offensive
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Sri Lankan soldiers to visit Bodh Gaya: India employs military diplomacy, cultural outreach to offset Chinese offensive

In order to step up military cooperation, India is hosting Sri Lankan military personnel and their families at the Buddhist religious site at Bodh Gaya.

India, Japan, US begin Malabar naval exercise amid increased Chinese activities in South China Sea and Indian Ocean
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India, Japan, US begin Malabar naval exercise amid increased Chinese activities in South China Sea and Indian Ocean

Naval ships, aircraft and personnel from India, Japan and the US have begun exercise Malabar 2018 during which they will practice surface and anti-submarine warfare operations.

Dharmendra Pradhan says East Asian countries should work together to deal with maritime terrorism
India

Dharmendra Pradhan says East Asian countries should work together to deal with maritime terrorism

Union petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday said East Asian countries should work together to deal with the insecurities associated with maritime terrorism and crimes including trafficking of humans and drugs.

India, US, Japan, Australia hold 'quad' meet in Singapore, reaffirm support for free and open Indo-Pacific: A roundup
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India, US, Japan, Australia hold 'quad' meet in Singapore, reaffirm support for free and open Indo-Pacific: A roundup

Foreign ministry officials from India, Australia, Japan and the US met in Singapore on Thursday and reaffirmed their support for a free, open, prosperous and inclusive Indo-Pacific region.

Foreign ministry officials of India, US, Japan, Australia reiterate call for free, prosperous Indo-Pacific
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Foreign ministry officials of India, US, Japan, Australia reiterate call for free, prosperous Indo-Pacific

The quad comprising India, the US, Japan and Australia met in Singapore and reiterated their call for a free and prosperous Indo-Pacific.

Shangri-La Dialogue: Narendra Modi's balancing act between India and China on security, other key takeaways
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Shangri-La Dialogue: Narendra Modi's balancing act between India and China on security, other key takeaways

In his address at the Shangri-La Dialogue, Modi expressed India’s eagerness to make ‘Indo-Pacific’ the defining factor for Asia's new security architecture.

Beijing accuses US of 'stirring up trouble' after two American bombers fly close to South China Sea
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Beijing accuses US of 'stirring up trouble' after two American bombers fly close to South China Sea

China accuses the US of militarizing the South China Sea after two American B-52 bombers flew close to a disputed Chinese-held shoal in a show of force

US mulls intensified naval patrols in South China Sea in bid to challenge China’s growing militarisation
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US mulls intensified naval patrols in South China Sea in bid to challenge China’s growing militarisation

The United States is considering intensified naval patrols in the South China Sea in a bid to challenge China’s growing militarisation of the waterway, actions that could further raise the stakes in one of the world’s most volatile areas.

In Jakarta, Narendra Modi says India and Indonesia will double efforts to take bilateral trade to $50 billion by 2025
India

In Jakarta, Narendra Modi says India and Indonesia will double efforts to take bilateral trade to $50 billion by 2025

As India and Indonesia agreed to have a "shared vision" on maritime co-operation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that the two countries will double their efforts to make their bilateral trade reach $50 billion by 2025.

India's missile deal with Russia, trade with Iran despite US sanctions may create unease in New Delhi-Washington ties
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India's missile deal with Russia, trade with Iran despite US sanctions may create unease in New Delhi-Washington ties

A proposed missile system deal with Russia has struck the wrong chord with the US, that has expressed concerns saying it would complicate interoperability between Indian and American forces.

India for rule-based approach in Indo-Pacific; fulcrum of economic activity moving from Atlantic: Ambassador Navtej Singh Sarna
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India for rule-based approach in Indo-Pacific; fulcrum of economic activity moving from Atlantic: Ambassador Navtej Singh Sarna

Indo-Pacific is of huge importance to India and as fulcrum of economic activity is moving from the Atlantic to this region, Navtej Singh Sarna said

US says it will work on projects with India, Japan in Indo-Pacific region to counter China's 'predatory economic behaviour'
India

US says it will work on projects with India, Japan in Indo-Pacific region to counter China's 'predatory economic behaviour'

The US, India and Japan intend to work together on high-standard projects in the Indo-Pacific region "that make economic sense" amidst China's "predatory" economic behaviour, according to a senior Trump administration diplomat