Dhruva Jaishankar

Brookings India

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Fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings India in New Dehli

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at the White House today. He'll address Congress tomorrow as relations between the US and India continue to warm up.

The US and India: A Complex "Partnership"

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at the White House today. He'll address Congress tomorrow as relations between the US and India continue to warm up.

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