December 19, 2013

India a Great Power? It Sure Doesn't Act Like One

Max Fisher, Washington Post

The Associated Press

Indian leaders frequently talk about getting the rest of the world to recognize their country as a world power, often by comparing their country to China. This status-seeking comes in many forms – a national space program, for example – but it often plays out in India's up-and-down relationship with the United States, which suggests a real insecurity about the bigger role India says it wants.

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