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India's Feeble Foreign Policy

A Would-Be Great Power Resists Its Own Rise

Author: Manjari Chatterjee Miller
May/June 2013
Foreign Affairs

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For the last decade, few trends have captured the world's attention as much as the so-called rise of the rest, the spectacular economic and political emergence of powers such as China and India. Particularly in the United States, India watchers point to the country's large and rapidly expanding economy, its huge population, and its nuclear weapons as signs of its imminent greatness.

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