December 1, 2010

Which Countries Are Ready for an Indian Century?

Gallup/RCW, RealClearWorld

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In a young century so often bequeathed to Beijing, the Republic of India - one-fourth of the emerging power quartet known colloquially as BRIC - has become a pivotal actor in most global forums, and a key investor in nearly every corner of the world.

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