The bonhomie comes from the extreme hostility they have faced from ruling elites in their countries
The all-too-obvious lovefest between US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is underpinned by two realities: one geostrategic and the other personal. Geostrategically, the US and India have been coming closer in the context of China’s rise as the world’s No. 2 economic and military superpower, which poses a threat not only to US and Indian interests, but also to all countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
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