November 6, 2010

Can America Work With India?

New York Times, New York Times

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President Obama will spend three days in India beginning on Saturday — the longest foreign stay of his presidency. Indians are still feeling anxious and insufficiently loved. But the trip is a clear a sign of the importance that Mr. Obama places on the relationship. As he should.

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