On 20 May 2013 the Lowy Institute and Australia India Institute published the ground-breaking India Poll 2013, which looks at how Indians view a wide range of foreign policy and security challenges, and how these connect to vital domestic policy questions relating to India’s future. In this video, the poll's author Rory Medcalf discusses some of the findings.
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- The Australian Financial Review • 21 May 2013
- The Wall Street Journal Asia • 21 May 2013
- ABC Radio PM program • 14 May 2013
- ABC News 24 • 10 May 2013