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Anja Manuel Explores India's Role as a Force for Democracy in 'This Brave New World'

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During Narendra Modi’s recent visit to the U.S., the Indian Prime Minister urged closer ties between the two democracies to anchor global “peace, prosperity and stability.” Author and former state department official Anja Manuel makes a similar point in her book, “This Brave New World.” Manuel posits that the U.S. forsakes its relationship with India and instead fixates on China. She’ll join us to discuss her book and why it’s vital that the U.S. work to keep both major powers as allies.


Anja Manuel, author of "This Brave New World: India, China, and the United States"; partner with Rice Hadley Gates LLC


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