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Obama’s India Visit and India’s role as a ‘swing power'

Paper No. 5864                                 Dated 27-Jan-2015

Guest Column by Prof. B. R. Deepak

US President, Barack Obama became the first American President to be a chief guest at the annual Republic Day parade of India, the only US president having visited India twice during his presidency and perhaps the only lame duck president to meet Indian Prime Minister 4th time in a gap of one year. 

India’s Foreign Policy 2014 Hits a new high under Prime Minister Modi

Paper No. 5852                                  Dated 01-Jan-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s foreign policy hit a new and welcome high in mid-2014 with assumption of power by Prime Minister Modi. India’s foreign policy directions stood jump-started and assumed dynamic directions after the paralysis of a decade.

Strategising India’s Foreign Policy

Paper No. 5835                                       Dated 02-Dec-2014

Col. R. Hariharan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spelled out his vision for India in his Independence Day address on August 15 at New Delhi. From this and from his speeches at various national forums, major components of the vision would appear to be:[i]  

India’s Strategic Dilemmas in restructuring its Relations with China

Paper No. 5789                                      Dated 17-Sept-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ongoing visit to India much hyped by China apologists/lobbyists in India is unlikely to obliterate the decades of “Strategic Distrust” heaped in layers of political and strategic adversarial acts on India.

Prime Minister Modi’s Japan Visit and Thereafter

Paper No. 5781                                         Dated 08-Sept-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Japan (Aug. 30 - Sept. 03, 2014) was a high point in the new Indian government’s foreign policy efforts. Having won the general elections with an unexpected mandate, the government is in a position to pursue its policies largely unhindered. These policies are not radical but an extension of time tested foreign policy.

Strategic Challenges Facing Prime Minister Modi

Paper No. 5718                                          Dated 06-Jun-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

India’s 15th Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi has proved that he can be unorthodox and capable of imagination. By inviting all the heads of governments/ nations of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) for his prime ministerial inauguration, Mr. Modi signaled India’s efforts to take all its neighbours together.

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