India’s Foreign Policy Outlook: An Inflection Point?

September 17, 2020 01:07:53
India’s Foreign Policy Outlook: An Inflection Point?
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India’s Foreign Policy Outlook: An Inflection Point?
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USIP hosted one of India’s foremost diplomats and scholars, former Foreign Secretary and former Ambassador to both China and the United States Nirupama Rao, for a candid conversation that explored how Indian leaders are managing challenges in the Indo-Pacific and what we may expect from Indian foreign policy going forward.

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