i don't actually care what hillary thinks, because her chances of winning are not good. red-blooded yanks ain't gonna elect no woman to be commander-in-chief.
and i'd also not get into a tizzy based on what brajesh mishra says. the excitable ram narayan is very concerned about india america friendship, but i think there's no friendship, only an occasional convergence of interests.
and there's some resident democrat-fan on this blog. wonder what he has to say about hillary's alleged statement.
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Dear Rajeev Srinivasan:
In an interview ( http://www.indianexpress.com/story/232137.html), Brajesh Mishra, National Security Adviser to the former BJP-led NDA government is quoted as follows:
>>>>>When told that the next White House, a probable Hillary Clinton administration, would be more anti-proliferationist, Mishra said: "She has also more or less indicated that as far as Asia is concerned, her pride of place for foreign policy would be given to China." <<<<<
If Hillary Clinton has indeed said that "as far as Asia is concerned, her pride of place for foreign policy would be given to China," it's something that friends of India, including the Indian American community, need to be concerned about.
Will the community leaders, especially the Indian American Democratic leaders and funders, request her to clarify her position.