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America's Strategic Opportunity With India

The New U.S.-India Partnership

Author: R. Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary of State, U.S. Department of State
November/December 2007
Council on Foreign Relations

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The nuclear deal between Washington and New Delhi may have run into trouble, but the future of bilateral relations between the two countries should still be bright. In this article, Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns explains the logic of the Bush administration's passage to India.

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