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India Launch: The US and South Asia After 2014 (Complete)

NEW DELHI, December 20, 2012 — At an event held in partnership with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), Head of Security Studies and Distinguished Fellow at ORF Dr. C. Raja Mohan, Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Fellow Alexander Evans, former Indian Foreign Secretary Kanwal Sibal, and former Member of India’s National Security Advisory Board Dr. Manoj Joshi discuss U.S. policy toward South Asia. (2 hr., 2 min.)

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