This concluding chapter highlights a number of patterns and trends that emerged from the preceding chapters. It isolates a few specific issues, mostly regional ones (Kashmir, Afghanistan, China) and management of the economy, that are likely to remain troublesome for some time. It speculates on the kind of power India might turn into and whether it can avoid sharing the burden of managing the global commons and providing other international goods.
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