October 26, 2010

India Sets Its Agenda in East Asia

P.S. Suryanarayana, The Hindu

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A dominant view in East Asia today is that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is setting terms for India's long-term engagement with key regional powers.

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TAGGED: Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, East Asia, Manmohan Singh, India

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