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It Won’t Come as a Surprise That Indians Are Skeptical of China, But New Poll Reveals Lots of Ambivalence About the U.S. Too

There’s an emerging consensus in U.S. national security circles that bolstering ties with India will be the best way to confront China’s surging influence in the Asia-Pacific region.

But if that is the case, then it appears U.S. stakeholders have some work to do to improve their standing with the Indian public, who see Washington as a major military threat to the country, second only to China.

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