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What for the region after Modi’s Indian election win?

Publication date 24 May 2019 | 11:49 | ICT

Described as the most divisive and most powerful Indian leader in decades, Narendra Modi’s re-election is likely to have significant implications for regional geopolitics given his jingoistic rhetoric.

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