Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sign an agreement in New Delhi, aiming to cope with the growing clout of China, April 29, 2005.
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WILL THE WEST ENGAGE?

After disappointing itself for decades, India is now on the verge of becoming a great power. The world started to take notice of India's rise when New Delhi signed a nuclear pact with President George W. Bush in July 2005, but that breakthrough is only one dimension of the dramatic transformation of Indian foreign policy that has taken place since the end of the Cold War. After more than a half century of false starts and unrealized potential, India is now emerging as the swing state in the global balance of power. In the coming years, it

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