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Western nagging will not ease India's Russia-China dilemma

Anxiety over New Delhi's unwillingness to condemn Ukraine attack is mostly overdone

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Narendra Modi welcomes Vladimir Putin ahead of their meeting in New Delhi in December 2021: Modi may conclude that sticking close to Putin is a bad bet.   © Hindustan Times/Getty Images

James Crabtree is executive director of IISS-Asia in Singapore. He is author of "The Billionaire Raj."

India's unwillingness to condemn Russia for its invasion of Ukraine is causing irritation in the United States.

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