Smart Take | India Touts Achievements at UN General Assembly; Avoids Canada’s Accusation
While initially expected to address Canada’s assassination accusation at today’s UN General Assembly, India's Minister of External Affairs, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, avoided direct comment on the topic. Michael Kugelman, Director of the Wilson Center’s South Asia Institute, talks about what kind of message Jaishankar sent, what impact Trudeau’s accusation has had so far in the international arena, and what’s next in Canada-India relations.
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