The reference news network reported in July that the US diplomatic scholars website published on July 5th the article of the Indian Observer Research Foundation Nuclear and Space Policy Project Rajeswari Pila Rajagopalan said that China, Russia and India Exchanges and cooperation on the global economic, political and security situation are important in maintaining multilateralism.
During the G20 summit in Osaka, Russia, India and China held the latest round of trilateral meetings.
The article said that although the relationship between Russia and China in the triangular relationship has been strong in the past few years, after the trade war between the United States and India, Modi has recently had reasons to be close to Russia and China. This reason was cancelled by the Trump administration. It is particularly strong after India’s GSP treatment and tariffs on Indian goods.
The article pointed out that India is still a key partner of the US "free and open India-Pacific strategy", and Modi is also seeking to establish a close strategic partnership with the United States. But recent trade and tariff wars may have a negative impact on the broader strategic relationship between the US and India. It is no accident that China, Russia and India hold meetings and the friendship between the three leaders has risen at a time when US-Indian relations are facing difficulties. Although US Secretary of State Pompeo visited India at the end of June to ease the growing difficulties in India-US relations, the visit has hardly changed the overall strategic situation of Washington and New Delhi.
The article pointed out that, in this connection, it is not surprising how people view and describe the Sino-Russian Indian Conference during the G20 Osaka Summit. Unlike the second round of the three-sided summit in Japan, the United States and India, which did not receive much attention, the China-Russia-Indian Conference was promoted as a major success for developing economies. It emphasized the need for free markets and open markets, and opposed any protectionist efforts. Obviously, China and Russia made this claim at an ideal moment. At this time, India is the latest among many countries affected by the US trade war.