Ambassador Rajiv Bhatia was quoted in an article by The Hindu on the declared emergency in the Maldives.
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There is a constitutional crisis unfolding in the Indian Ocean nation of the Maldives. With an emergency in effect, and the Chief Justice imprisoned by the President, how will India respond to the crisis? Join Ambassador Neelam Deo as she contextualizes the crisis and what India will do.
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