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India is Reevaluating its Foreign Policy and the U.S. Can’t Get Left Behind

Puneet Ahluwalia, Alexander B. Gray U.S.-India Relations, South Asia The case for further U.S. strategic and military cooperation with India is clear. Regardless of the outcome of November’s U.S. presidential election, the United States is poised to continue its reengagement in the Asia-Pacific region to counter China’s growing military might and increased belligerency.
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