August 4, 2014

Should America Give Up on India?

Tunku Varadarajan, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Here’s how bad things are between Washington and New Delhi these days: It’s news that Kerry even made the trip. Why this reluctant partnership might be best left to wither.

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TAGGED: India, Narendra Modi, United States, John Kerry

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