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Churning the seas: India-China strategic competition and what it means for Australia

On 24 June 2013, Lowy Institute Nonresident Fellow C Raja Mohan addressed the Perth USAsia Centre on the complex, three-way strategic relationship between India, China and the US. With Lowy Institute colleague Rory Medcalf, Dr Mohan also looked at how Australia can help to manage security tensions and maritime cooperation in the Indian Ocean and the wider Indo-Pacific region. They were joined by U.S. Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, who discussed what these challenges mean for the United States.

The event in Perth was presented by the Lowy Institute for International Policy, in partnership with the Perth USAsia Centre and In the Zone at The University of Western Australia.

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