The largest excerise in democracy in the history of humanity is coming to an end. Narendra Modi will cruise to victory, but what does his ascent mean for India’s relationship with Pakistan, China, the USA and the rest of the world? I speak with Tanvi Madan of the Brookings Institution about the foreign policy implications of India’s elections.

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