India’s infrastructure diplomacy in a competitive Indo-Pacific
By Ritika Passi
The global infrastructure marketplace is heating up, as old and new actors re-energise and expand their activity amidst a contest for power in the Indo-Pacific.
As this competition ensues, India can position itself as a credible infrastructure provider by capturing greater space and becoming more competitive to meet regional demand, estimated at $26 trillion by 2030. In so doing, it will help level the proliferated and contested playing field.