Alliances ‘should’ to halt Beijing’s march

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, December 19

Pointing out China’s aggressive behavior and non-cooperative stance, former Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran said in such a situation, there was no alternative but to have a strong coalition against it.

Speaking at a session on “The Quad: Emerging Indo-Pacific Naval Alliance” at the Military Literature Festival today, he said the Quad — an alliance formed by India, Australia, Japan and the US — was needed because China had built considerable naval power, particularly in the South China Sea, which posed an increased challenge.

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