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India, Japan joining forces to keep Indian Ocean calm

Asia Times, October 26, 2018

Chinese president Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative has added a strategic dimension that is impacting the Indian Ocean's balance of power
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Maldives teeters towards post-election chaos

Asia Times, September 28, 2018

Pro-China leader Abdulla Yameen claims his Sept. 23 election loss was 'flawed', a brazen bid to withhold the presidency from his India-aligned rival Ibrahim Mohamed Solih
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India wins, China loses in Maldives election

Asia Times, September 25, 2018

Indian Ocean republic's presidential poll was a China vs India proxy battle that saw pro-Delhi candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih prevail
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New Cold War in the Indian Ocean

Asia Times, June 16, 2017

Great power competition between the US, India, Japan and Australia on one side, and China on the other, is raising the strategic stakes in the maritime area
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Myanmar as China's corridor to the sea

Asia Times, June 16, 2017

Beijing's vision of the Southeast Asian nation as an outlet for its landlocked regions to the Indian Ocean long predates the One Belt One Road initiative
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Island states targeted in great power competition

Asia Times, June 16, 2017

Indian Ocean nations are increasingly vulnerable to the manipulations of outside forces for their economic and strategic survival
[read the article at www.atimes.com]

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