In the second Modi term, New Delhi will have to do a better job than issuing statements on the BRI or ignoring it altogether and be willing to offer credible alternatives if it is retain any standing among its neighbours and further afield.
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China and National Security – the BJP’s 2019 Election Manifesto
What does the election manifesto of the Bharatiya Janata Party say about China in national security terms?
The Second BRI Forum: Signaling Change?
The political, social and security implications do not look pretty for countries participating in the BRI. New Delhi might, however, consider if absolute opposition to the BRI is ultimately doing either its relationship with China or its own global image any long-term good.