The five strategies suggested in this piece are integral for further accelerating the global systemic transition to multiplexity that has already reached its latest tripolar phase as a result of India’s masterful responses to the past year’s chaotic events. In the span of a single year, India emerged as a globally significant Great Power, one whose policies have truly changed the course of International Relations due to the historic context within which they were promulgated.
Hmmm... despite your obvious bias against China and tendency to inflate India's prospects and power (which you inadvertently admit in the conclusion that India must prepare for consequences from both the US and China if their 'detente' succeeds) this article gives a reasonable overview of the geopolitics. But it seems to strongly downplay the strong Russia-China ties with the BRI project. China's history - which was of 18 centuries of being the world's largest economy based on trade (the Silk Road) has little in common with the US history of predation, colonialism, conquest and warmongering. Therefore I find this assumption of 'bipolar' domination inaccurate. China is simply resuming its natural trajectory .... its expansion of ties with other countries is based on a win-win approach, versus the US's 'let us rape you, or we will kill you' approach. I am Indian-born by the way.
There's no way this "New Detente" lasts at all. US global capital wants to contain China even more so than Russia, although they have no way of doing so.