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Indian Diplomacy Fashioning a New Narrative

Paper No. 5981                                Dated 04-Aug-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

From the very first day Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi jumped into foreign policy.  By inviting leaders of all SAARC nations, Mr, Modi underscored his desire to promote a “neighbourhood first” foreign policy.  This was a notable departure from the past.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Visit to Bhutan: View from Nepal

Paper No. 5737                                    Dated 30-Jun-2014

By Prof. Hari Bhans Jha

Indian Prime Minister Narendra recently concluded his first foreign visit to Bhutan. During this visit, India focused on "B2B" or "Bharat to Bhutan" diplomacy, which is important not for Bhutan alone, but for all of India's neighbours.

Modi-fying Phase Developing Trajectories for South Asia

Paper No. 5712                                          Dated 02-Jun-2014

Guest Column by Ravi Sundaralingam

(These are personal views of a Sri Lankan Tamil based in London.  The views expressed are his own- Director)

If Indian Election results were a surprise, then how Narendra Modi was prior to the elections, and now modified as the Premier is a revelation. 

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.]

China’s Take on Narendra Modi

Paper No. 5698                                       Dated 12-May-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

China’s stated position remains that it does not interfere in the internal affairs of another country. Therefore, no comments have come from the Chinese government on the Indian general elections. To project their preference of a new government in India, the Chinese authorities are using the state controlled media.

NAMO: Time for an Alternate Leadership

Paper No. 5321                                              Dated 10-Dec-2012

By B. Raman

Two issues will be in focus during the elections to the Gujarat State Assembly later this week--- the advisability of the BJP led by Shri Narendra Modi continuing for a third term in the government of the State and the expected attempts of the NaMo Brigade to use a new endorsement at the state level as a stepping stone for his gravitating to New Delhi as a Prime Ministerial aspirant during the 2014 elections.

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