March 15, 2012

Why India Is Wary of the U.S.

Lowther & Yannakogeorgos, The Diplomat

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As the United States “pivots” toward the Asia-Pacific in the coming years, policymakers in Washington will find themselves faced with a much more complex set of challenges than those of a continent – Europe – that shares the cultural, historical, and religious heritage of the United States. While China has already taken center stage as the United States’...

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