Abhishek Sharma is a non-resident Kelly Fellow at the Pacific Forum and a PhD candidate in Korean Studies at the University of Delhi. His research focuses on the intersection of critical emerging technologies and geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific region, with special emphasis on the Korean Peninsula. His work has been published by the South China Morning Post, 9Dashline, Observer Research Foundation, and The Diplomat.
India’s ascent makes it a prime strategic partner, but ROK and India must commit to enhancing strategic partnership
Although harder to pirouette around US-China rivalry, Seoul needs both as partners as it broadens global supply chains
While both are focused on DPRK, Seoul has taken a less clear stance than Tokyo in alignment battle between US and China
Seoul largely views South Asia through an economic lens, overlooking other areas for cooperation with New Delhi
While China threatens its autonomy, Seoul can improve economic resilience through cooperation with other regional powers
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