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U.S. President Barack Obama's trip to India was strategically important, symbolically resonant and deftly executed.Obama's India trip was a perfect example of positive foreign policy. The United States has been forging new ties to India since the Clinton administration, with a policy that has been strategic and bipartisan. Indian society has long been attracted to America, but in recent years, the Indian government has been moving away from its encrusted ideology of "nonalignment" to something far more practical.Bringing India closer to the United States could have broad benefits for Washington and the world. With over 1.2 billion people, India is likely to become the next global goliath. India is the most significant example of the benefits of positive foreign policy, but there are other important ones as well. Here too, America is deepening a relationship with a country that was once suspicious of Washington but is now far more welcoming of it – particularly of this president.The world presents the United States with remarkable opportunities.
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