May 29, 2014

The Fearful Asymmetries of Modi's World

Praveen Swami, The Hindu

The Associated Press

Narendra Modi must plan for the looming battles of the future — not prepare to fight yesterday’s wars again. To do that, he will have to give India new tools of political, economic and military persuasion.

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