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Wuhan and Sochi Informal Summits An Analysis.

Paper No 6382                        Dated 28-May-2018
By Dr Subhash Kapila
Evidence of PM Modi’s Successful Foreign Policy 
Geopolitical imperatives centering on India’s increasing significance in 2018 arising from Indian PM Narendra Modi’s assertive foreign policy successes post-2014 have resulted in the invitations by the Chinese President and Russian President for the Informal Summits at Wuhan and Sochi within weeks in mid-2018
 

Russia Perceptively Retrieves Policy Drift in South Asia Policy towards Pakistan

Paper No. 6185                                 Dated 18-Oct-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Russia has finally positively acted in retrieving its South Asia policy drift towards Pakistan witnessed recently in Russia-India Summit on the side-lines of BRICS Summit in Goa last weekend. Credit should go to PM Modi to induce Russia to do so.

Revisiting India’s foreign policy under Modi

Paper No. 5987                              Dated 14-Aug-2015

By Col. R. Hariharan

[This article answers questions raised in a radio interview on August 12, 2015.]

Q: It is about fifteen months since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power. During this period foreign relations appear to have been given great importance. What do you think are the changes in India’s foreign policy now?

Modi’s Forthcoming Bangla Visit – Consolidating Relations and a Sub-SAARC

Paper No. 5943                                    Dated 29-May-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s forthcoming visit to Bangladesh (June 6/7) is expected to be a game changer in relations among SAARC nations despite Pakistan’s efforts to be a spoiler.

Prime Minister Modi’s Visit to China May2015: Reality Check

Paper No. 5925                                 Dated 06-May-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Indian Prime Ministers visits to China right from Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi, Vajpayee and Dr Man Mohan Singh have yielded no tangible gains from China on India’s vital national interests. PM Modi should be alive to this reality as he heads for China for his first visit as Prime Minister.

Unraveling the direction of India’s China policy

Paper No. 5727                                Dated 23-Jun-2014

By Col. R. Hariharan

Note:

An analysis of China’s reading of the pulse of India’s foreign policy changes under Prime Minister Narendra Modi written on June 13, 2014 titled “China’s reading of India’s foreign policy trend” is reproduced below.

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