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Border row with China alters New Delhi's strategic calculations

India is the only one to have been involved in a military stand-off with China in recent years. PHOTO: AFP
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NEW DELHI - During the recent Quad summit, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the grouping's agenda as a "force for global good".

Yet, China remains unmistakably a strong factor for all four members of the grouping - Australia, India, Japan and the United States.

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