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From concerns about ties to defense contractors to worries about forever wars, at least one of the president-elect’s potential nominees is raising hackles.
New Delhi chose protectionism over the RCEP. History suggests it made the wrong call.
It’s not the accuracy of the polls that matters, it’s their ubiquity.
One thing is clear: The two leaders are bracing for an ill wind emanating from the new White House.
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Addisu Lashitew is a research fellow at the Brookings Institution.