December 27, 2013

The Case Against India's Diplomat

Omer Aziz, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

There are complex historical reasons for India’s outrage over the recent arrest of one of its diplomats.

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TAGGED: India, Devyani Khobragade, United States

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