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The U.S. Should Be Happy to See India Buy Russian S-400 Antiaircraft Missiles

India is increasingly seen as a potential strategic partner for the United States and other Western democracies. The South Asian giant is an important emerging market, a bulwark against China, and (crucially) a more or less liberal democracy. But one stumbling block has consistently prevented full-spectrum Indo-American cooperation: India’s relationship with Russia.

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