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Topic - Walter Lohman
"From the Indian perspective, China is first a neighbor — a relatively strong one that the Indian foreign policy and security establishments are loath to provoke," said Walter Lohman, who heads the Asian Studies Program at the Heritage Foundation. "For India, China is [an] economic opportunity. It is India's largest trading partner, and each has nascent, growing investment interests in the other."
Walter Lohman, director of the Asia program at the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank, said the administration was right to normalize diplomatic relations but moved too quickly to suspend investment and trade sanctions.