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Indian Foreign Policy

India Regains Perception as Potential Global Player under the New Prime Minister

Paper No. 5725      Dated 13-Jun-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

In two weeks of India’s new Prime Minister Modi taking his oath, it seems that ‘All Roads Lead to New Delhi’ reinforcing the belief that in international relations, perceptions count, especially when a bold and decisive Prime Minister takes over.

Prime Minister Modi’s opening moves of inviting SAARC leaders of the Indian Sub-Continent for his swearing-in ceremony were bold and imaginative moves welcomed regionally and globally.

India’s Foreign Policy Opportunities and Challenges in Mid-2014

Paper No. 5719                                         Dated 06-Jun-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s foreign policy opportunities and challenges in mid-2014 under the leadership of India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi will expectedly acquire bold and audacious contours dispelling the earlier ten years of appeasement and timidity.

First take on Foreign Policy and Power Projection under Modi

Paper No. 5703                                         Dated 19-May-2014

By Col R. Hariharan

[This article includes points made by Col Hariharan at a panel discussion on the Door Darshan TV on May 16, 2014.]

India’s Foreign Policy 2012: A Critical Review in Relation to China and Pakistan Military Threats


Paper No. 5388                                        Dated 11-Feb-2013

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Introductory Observations

India’s foreign policy successes cannot be measured by the number of foreign dignitaries visiting India annually, from Presidents to Prime Ministers, or hosting international conferences in New Delhi. This would be a delusionary deduction to draw as such beelines were visible also in the hey-day of the equally delusionary days of the Non Alignment era. What was the end result?


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