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Mumbai: One year on
How have strategic alliances in the region changed since the attacks?
Last Modified: 29 Nov 2009 08:38 GMT



One year on after the devastating Mumbai attacks that left 166 people dead, Mumbai's policemen and commandos have marched in a parade and displayed the force's newly acquired equipment.

We ask: Has India improved homeland security and is the government capable of protecting its people?

How have strategic alliances in the region changed following the Mumbai attacks?

Inside Story discusses with guests Dr Gary Bertsch, a professor at the University of Georgia's Centre for International Trade and Security and author of Engaging India: US Strategic Relations with the World's Largest Democracy, Farhan Chak, a professor of International Relations at Qatar University, and K.C. Singh, a former Indian diplomat.

This episode of Inside Story aired from Thursday, November 26, 2009.

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