December 30, 2013

The Fear Driving India's Anti-American Hysteria

P. Sainath, The Hindu

The Associated Press

What if a class-action suit came up in the U.S. courts on the ripping-off of Indian domestic workers there? That fear drives the government’s outraged response to Devyani Khobragade’s arrest.

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