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India: Falling Short of Great Power

Aug. 31, 2017 Internal disunity has held New Delhi back from projecting power throughout the subcontinent.

Summary

India dominates much of the subcontinent it occupies. In terms of land mass, population, economic activity and military capabilities, no other country in the region comes close. And yet, as much as India towers over the region by metrics, it cannot project power in the region proportionate to its size. In this Deep Dive, we'll explain why this is the case and what would be required for India to reach its potential.

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