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Shared unease over China helps the Quad come of age

Possible future members include South Korea and the U.K.

| India
Fumio Kishida, Anthony Albanese, Joe Biden and Narendra Modi speak to each other after meeting at Kantei Palace in Tokyo on May 24: Drawing India into anything approaching an alliance to contain China will never work. (Photo by Suzu Takahashi)

Lionel Barber is former editor of the Financial Times. He is the author of "The Powerful and the Damned: Private Diaries in Turbulent Times."

In the spring of 2019, I sat down with Narendra Modi in the Indian prime minister's pristine residence and workplace in Lok Kalyan Marg, formerly 7 Race Course Road, in Delhi.

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