November 18, 2012

U.S.-India Ties in Obama's 2nd Term

Marshall Bouton, Indian Express

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Many commentators, both in the US and India, do not believe that President Barack Obama’s victory and his second-term foreign policy will lead to any surprises to US-India relations. They see more of the same. They should be proven wrong.

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