April 2, 2014

Kerry's Neglect of India Comes with a Price

Max Boot, Commentary Magazine

The Associated Press

What is Kerry neglecting with his odd focus on Israelis and Palestinians? Well start with one of the biggest potential diplomatic opportunities for the United States: to incorporate India, a fellow democracy menaced by Islamist extremists, into a closer partnership with Washington.

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