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March 29, 2005

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Nitin

Bill,

You are quite right on this --- the governments of India and the United States have reached a tacit understanding on the deal. India's protests are more a subject of political theatre than anything else. The good news is that even India's centre-left government is willing to play ball with the Bush administration, over the objections of its Leftist coalition partners.

The bad news is that putting F-16s in the hands of an unreconciled military dictatorship is fundamentally a bad idea; even if the government of the day in New Delhi were to think it unobjectionable.

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