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India's New Prime Minister

In a historic election, Narendra Modi became Prime Minister of India last week. The right-wing Hindu nationalist won in a landslide, ending more than half a century of political domination of the Nehru-Gandhi family dynasty and the Congress party. The U.S. will have to work to repair relations with the new leader, who was denied a visa to the States in 2005. We explore what new leadership means for India and its foreign policy.

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