M. Doraibabu

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  • M. Doraibabu is a serving Captain in the Indian Navy and posted at the Maritime Warfare Centre, Mumbai. The views presented in the review are his own and do not reflect the views of the Indian Navy.

    India and China at Sea: Competition for Naval Dominance in the Indian Ocean, edited by David Brewster

    A multitude of reasons, like world geopolitics, rapid double-digit economic growth, military development, trade, presence in multinational organisations and global initiatives such as Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and Maritime Silk Route (MSR), keeps China at the forefront in global news. Any discussion of world order or superpowers is incomplete without the mention of China, and more so because of its contentious maritime issues.

    April-June 2019