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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.

Published on: May 27, 2014
Saim Saeed is a regular contributor to The American Interest's Feed. He lives in Pakistan.
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  • Corlyss

    I wonder if anyone has given any thought to where the ISI stands on any rapprochement between Pakistan and India. Seems to me there’s nothing for the ISI in such a development, and if there isn’t it won’t happen.

  • Kevin

    Very interesting. The simple morality play version of his political life has always seemed to me that he was basically an honest and competent man who was far better than his corrupt and incompetent masters deserved.

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