October 8, 2012

Mitt Romney's Ambivalence on India

B Raman, Rediff

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Romney's campaign rhetoric has been muted on the question of continued Pakistani state sponsorship of terrorism against India and what kind of pressure his Administration might be inclined to exert against Pakistan on this issue.

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TAGGED: Pakistan, Afghanistan, 2012, India, Mitt Romney

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