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Vol. I Issue. 10
US Election Monitor 10
24 November 2008
But the President-elect may put pressure on emerging economies, particularly China and India, to accept significant emissions curbs
 
Vol. I Issue. 9 (II)
US Election Monitor 9 Edition 2nd
30 October 2008
In this election personalities have mattered more than issues and attention is on faith, race, health, associates and friends
 
Vol. I Issue. 9 (I)
US Election Monitor 9 Edition 1st
04 October 2008
Obama's tough outsourcing line will bother Indians And there are also enough indications that the Democratic presidential candidate will follow a cautious foreign policy agenda
 
Vol. I Issue. 8
US Election Monitor 8
03 September 2008
And there are also enough indications that the Democratic presidential candidate will follow a cautious foreign policy agenda
 
Vol. I Issue. 7
US Election Monitor 7
01 August 2008
Barack Obama is also eyeing 'India friendly' South Asia expert Karl Inderfurth as his second-in-command
 
Vol. I Issue. 6
US Election Monitor 6
02 July 2008
The Democratic Presidential candidate is also making overtures to the sizeable Indian-American community
 
Vol. I Issue. 5
US Election Monitor 5
05 June 2008
McCain has a much sharper vision as he defines India as a country which has the potential to be a "natural ally" of the United States
 
Vol. I Issue. 4
US Election Monitor 4
05 May 2008
The Republican candidate cosies up to India and says the country should have a special place in G-8
 
Vol. I Issue. 3
US Election Monitor 3
05 April 2008
The Pennsylvania primary slated for April 22 is important and opinion polls show Hillary Clinton leading
 
Vol. I Issue. 2
US Election Monitor 2
13 March 2008
The contest between the two Democrat candidates has only got more intense and animated, with each going in for a no-holds-barred fight to the finish
 
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