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Published on: May 27, 2014
The Compromise Candidate

Manmohan Singh was a weak prime minister by design, a new book written by his former spin doctor explains. But he achieved some successes in foreign policy, coming tantalizingly close to a groundbreaking deal with Pakistan.

Saim Saeed is a regular contributor to The American Interest's Feed. He lives in Pakistan.
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