May 25, 2014

Modi's Stuck Between the U.S. and China

Harsh Pant, The National

The Associated Press

These are exhilarating times in India. An old political order underpinned by the supremacy of the Nehru-Gandhi family is crumbling while a new order is gradually taking shape. The victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under Narendra Modi’s leadership has transformed the political landscape of India almost beyond recognition.

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