August 3, 2014

GIVEN THE WAY OUR “SMART DIPLOMACY” IS GOING, BOTH COUNTRIES MIGHT BE BETTER OFF IF WE DID: John Kerry Just Visited. But Should We Just Forget About India? “So low is the bar in U.S.-India relations right now that the best thing that can be said about John Kerry’s two-day hop-over to New Delhi was that he went there at all. A relationship that burst into true blossom under George W. Bush, one that held for many Americans the promise of a mold-breaking alliance for the 21st century, lies shabbily dormant. Indeed, the only memorable episode in Kerry’s visit was his scolding by India’s foreign minister, Sushma Swaraj, for the NSA’s spying on her political party.”

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