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November 23, 2017

In an Era of Brexit and Chinese Power, is it time for a New UK–India ‘special relationship’?

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Henry Jackson Society

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By Dr. John Hemmings and Jack Wright

As the UK looks to define a new global role for itself after Brexit, it should embrace India as a partner in upholding the rules-based, liberal international order.

At the launch of the Access India Programme in late September, the assistant vice president of Invest India, Vivek Abraham, announced that India hopes to increase UK exports by ensuring that the ‘red carpet is rolled out’ to British small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to invest in India.

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