|Author (Person)||Lo, Bobo|
|Publisher||French Institute of International Relations (IFRI)|
|Series Title||IFRI Policy Papers: Russie.Nei.Visions|
|Series Details||Number 100|
|Publication Date||April 2017|
|Content Type||Research Paper|
As the US-led international system struggles under the strain of multiple challenges, the complex web of relations between Russia, China, and India will be critical to the formation of a new world order.
Yet the influence these great powers exert, on themselves and others, is uneven and difficult to predict. Alongside a public consensus on a “democratic world order”, there are significant differences of perspective and sometimes conflicting interests. It is far from clear whether the Russia-China-India matrix can form the basis of an emerging network of cooperation, or whether its contradictions foreshadow an increasingly problematic engagement.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||China, India, Russia|