Chalk up another casualty of the new world order. Since the 1950s, Moscow and New Delhi have enjoyed a special relationship with close political and economic ties. But the superpower rivalry that aligned the Soviets and India against the U. S. and Pakistan has waned. Now, market economics is undermining Indian-Soviet trade.
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