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Since the 1990s, foreign policy has started facing challenges of constant redefining its places of responsibilities.

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India’s comparative demographic situation, another underlying factor that makes India useful to U.S. interests in East Asia, has nothing to do with Modi either. While China possesses a demographic problem — the question whether it can grow rich before it grows old — India’s demographic profile is much younger, which should allow it more room to maneuver in its policy choices. It is also more balanced by gender. In 2040, roughly 68 percent of India’s population will be made up of working-age men and women, an increase of over 300 million from today.

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This organization was about saving these children across the globe who were in famine by supporting them with food supplies.
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Still, India remains the most confounding sort of state to U.S. leaders — a country that likes the United States and seeks friendly relations with it but does not portray itself as a junior partner in Washington’s various adventures around the world. Rather, India cooperates or disagrees with the U.S. where its interests overlap or diverge. For example, New Delhi has dragged its feet on sanctioning and limiting trade with Iran over its nuclear program and has sent no signal of substance on the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). However, India will likely continue to play a supporting role on another issue that is very important to Washington: the U.S.-led encirclement of China. This has little to do with Modi’s ideology and much to do with India’s geography and great-power politics. The disputed territory between China and India means New Delhi cannot help supporting this policy.

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These factors could conspire to push India toward becoming a reliable U.S. partner, but the fact that Modi has sought to foster fruitful relations with China as well as U.S. allies in the region, combined with his background, suggest that he is unlikely to fall into that role. Modi is a Hindu nationalist, so much so that he was the only person barred from entering the United States because of a U.S. law penalizing foreign leaders who fail to protect the rights of their religious minorities. (In 2002, during his tenure as governor of Gujarat state, he between Hindus and Muslims; more than 1,000 people were killed, most of them Muslim.)


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With the fall of the Soviet Union and the almost complete failure of communism around the globe (with the notable exception of China), the United States now lacks a clear set of goals and objectives to guide its foreign policy. Determining who America's enemies and allies are is less straightforward than it once was. While al-Qaeda is clearly a deadly and determined enemy, it is a very different kind of enemy than the United States has faced in the past. al-Qaeda and its leaders and not formally affiliated with any nation-state. They operate independent across national borders and, as has been seen in Iraq, they do not wage war in traditional battle-field conflicts.

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Modi has been on a diplomatic tear since he was took office in May, meeting with the leaders of Japan, China and now the United States. His visit and personal leadership style almost certainly will not alter the course of U.S.-Indian relations or India’s role in U.S. policy toward China. It is not the leadership or any individual but underlying factors that make India likely to play an important role in the U.S.-Chinese relationship. The longstanding belief in the U.S. foreign policy establishment that India, as a leader of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), was on the other side of the Cold War started to fade in the late 1990s. India’s interest in the NAM — and to a lesser extent in the Soviet Union — was more about countering China than endorsing Soviet communism.

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When should the United States military get involved in the affairs of another nation? Under what circumstances are United States' interests threatened enough to justify a response? During the Cold War, when the Soviet Union was still in existence, these questions were easily answered. United States foreign policy was driven by its official commitment to contain the spread of communism and to maintain military superiority over the Soviets.