In Lara Seligman’s piece for Foreign Policy, “India’s Dogfight Loss Could Be a Win for U.S. Weapons-Makers,” Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson is quoted. “It is hard to sell a front-line fighter to a country that isn’t threatened,” he said. “Boeing and Lockheed Martin both have a better chance of selling now because suddenly India feels threatened.” Thompson believes the Indian military will modernize.
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