By Vinícius Tavares de Oliveira*
One of the greatest aspirations of India involves ensuring the country’s emergence as a Great autonomous, influential power respected by other nations. These aspirations are based mostly on gaining parity with other great powers such as China and the United States and a permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Underlying these aspirations, there is the fear of having a limited influence in South Asia, to be used as a pawn in a game of current Great Powers (fear arising largely from the Cold War period) or lose its strategic autonomy (Ogden, 2011).
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