June 3, 2014

India's Alliances Will Be Tested

Suhasini Haidar, The Hindu

The Associated Press

While Narendra Modi’s immediate task will be to focus on bailing India out of its current economic crisis, it would be a mistake to ignore the massive shifts the world has undergone while India was caught up in election fever

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