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However, New Delhi’s tight rapprochement with Washington would introduce elements of distrust on the part of Moscow, moderating the Indian “utility” for Russia in Central Asia. Moreover, the Indo-Russian partnership is 22 Marlène Laruelle based on specific circumstances. Moscow wants New Delhi to be more involved in the region because Indian presence there is still limited. Economically, both countries could be in conflict in the decades to come, when southern markets come to compete in earnest with the northern ones, which is not the case for the moment.
New Delhi is a very demanding customer in terms of technology, asking for hybrid production that takes after European technological advances, pushing Russia to upgrade and internationalize. Moreover, New Delhi is seeking to support industrial projects, forcing Russia to sell its production licenses. Thus, if China remains a more significant customer of the Russian military-industrial complex in quantitative terms, India is positioning itself ahead of Beijing in qualitative terms. 38 But none of these is a captive market.
37. I. Facon, “Russie, Inde, coopération militaro-technique,” FRS Recherche et documents, no. 8/2008. 38. , p. 56. 39. F. ), Eager Eyes Fixed on Eurasia, vol. 1, Russia and Its Neighbors in Crisis (Hokkaido: Slavic Research Centre Hokkaido University Sapporo, 2007), pp. 211–229. 40. Interviews conducted at the main Chinese think tanks and research centers working on the former Soviet Union in Shanghai, Beijing, Lanzhou, and Xi’an, September–December 2008. 41. M. Laruelle, S. Peyrouse, China as a Neighbor.