The Western edition of The Foreign Policy has published columnist material Sumit Ganguli, which talks about the growing confrontation between India and China. And the publication would not have been Western if it had not written about "the best way to fight India with China."
Summit Ganguli writes that in this way for India would be "the termination of close contacts with Moscow and the establishment of ties with Washington."
From the material:
The author finds it strange that India continues to rely on Russian weapons at a time “when there is no shortage of other suppliers.” The Ganguli leads, of course, the United States of America.
The Foreign Policy commentator says India’s purchase of Russian weapons is driven by “past decisions.”
From the article:
Another reason the author calls the position of Russia itself:
It is added that India is not always ready to acquire weapons from the United States because of the position of Congress, since it often itself restricts transactions for the supply of modern weapons abroad.