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India’s government, under fire from opposition parties for its handling of climate negotiations in Copenhagen, says the White House is spinning the outcome for a domestic audience.
President Obama’s political advisor, who said the U.S. will “review” what India is doing to limit emissions and “challenge” New Delhi if necessary.
Hitting back in parliament on Tuesday, environment minister Jairam Ramesh denied that any agreement reached in Copenhagen would affect India’s sovereignty, dismissing Axelrod’s remarks as those having been made by “the spin doctor of [the] Obama administration.”