India, Libya and the Arab Spring

PUBLISHED ON: October 28, 2011 | Duration: 41 min, 35 sec

   
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It has been just over a week since the violent street execution of Libya former dictator Moammar Gaddafi - the shocking climax of what's being called the Arab Spring which began in Tunisia, progressed in Egypt with the overthrowing of Hosni Mubarak, engulfed Yemen and sparked protests in Syria - popular uprisings that dramatically changed the political landscapes of the Arab world with three deeply entrenched regimes being toppled. India for its part has stuck to its non-interventionist position, but can it remain insulated from developments in West Asia, home to some five million Indian citizens and most of India's energy supplies. On Politically Incorrect, we ask if India has to be pro-west to be proactive?
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