Some notes on David Cameron’s visit to India and the Anglo-Indian bilateral relationship in the Huffington Post.
Last week the UK prime minister, David Cameron, was in India making a strong pitch for bilateral trade, talking of the potential for a “great relationship” to be formed between the two countries. On the surface, Britain and India have much in common, including a language, a legal system, and cultural links. However, all this potential is yet to be translated into the unique relationship that Britain says it desires. Mr Cameron’s visit is unlikely to swing the balance.
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