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India's new 'Modi doctrine' straddles the US-China divide

PM abruptly changes diplomatic tack to shape the Indo-Pacific order

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's diplomatic outreach extends not only to the U.S. and China but also to Southeast Asia. (Getty Images)

NEW DELHI -- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's diplomatic strategy has been clear from the outset of his term: deepen ties with the U.S. and Japan while openly showing suspicion of China.

The game plan has changed.

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