Where Is India in South Korea’s New Indo-Pacific Strategy?

Jagannath Panda and Choong Yong Ahn write on the place of India in South Korea’s new Indo-Pacific strategy. This co-authored piece primarily addresses the following questions: What would ROK’s special focus on India as part of its global connect freshly outlined in its Indo-Pacific strategy comprise? Can there be an enhanced India-ROK-ASEAN trilateral connect? Is India critical to Seoul’s new thrust on multilateralism or minilateralism, such as through the Group of Twenty (G20), the extended Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) groupings like the “Quad Plus,” or the US-led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF)?

Read this co-authored article by Jagannath Panda at The Diplomat.

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