INDIA AND THE OBAMA AGENDA

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    New Delhi: Enrichment and reprocessing technology is India's sovereign right and nobody is going to deny this to it, former US Ambassador to India Frank Wisner said on Tuesday while allaying concerns in the wake of recent decision of eight industrialised nations to curb the transfer of the sensitive knowhow. Wisner...
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    India can gain a bigger global role only by managing its economy well, not by engaging in delusions of grandeur. India's influence will grow not as a muscleflexing strategic ally of the United States, but as an economic powerhouse of Asia. Much will depend on its ability to contribute to...
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  • Rebuilding Brand America, the way ahead November 20, 2008

    The morning after still feels good. The effusive prose, breathless platitudes and grateful tears that greeted Barack Obama as he was elected the 44th President of the United States of America dont sound worn out yet. It is unlikely they will wear out for some time. Theres a good reason:...
  • A world to win: how India can be a global power November 19, 2008

    For the past couple of weeks, foreign policy mandarins have begun dreaming of a larger role for India in world affairs, in the belief that the Obama administration would lean on its shoulders to polish up the US tarnished image and frayed relations in various parts of the world. According...