India’s Asian Ambitions Face Risks at H…

With the political fate of Australian Prime Minister John Howard hanging by a thread, and the departure early last month of Shinzo Abe from Japan's political stage, the "conservative spring” in the Asia-Pacific political region is coming to an end. George Bush, Howard and Abe, the three leading spirits of that abortive revolution, can now do little but gaze wistfully at their catalogue of unfinished tasks.

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