Search: For - Modi

1274 results found

India and the world
Mar 02, 2021

India and the world

Indian elites still remain nervous when it comes to engaging the United States

India and US: Friends with benefits
Jan 21, 2015

India and US: Friends with benefits

Narendra Modi has emphatically indicated that good and close relations with the US will form the core of his global policy. In the short time he has been in power, Modi has met Obama thrice. An indication of his thrust are the close ties that the Modi government is building with Japan and Australia.

India Announces Republic Day Chief Guest: French President Emmanuel Macron
Jan 05, 2024

India Announces Republic Day Chief Guest: French President Emmanuel Macron

New Delhi and Paris have a lot in common in terms of their strategic perspectives on a free, open, inclusive, and prosperous Indo-Pacific.

India as the strongest link to counter China
Jul 12, 2021

India as the strongest link to counter China

India has emerged as the focal point of global attention as the search for a new balance of power in the Indo-Pacific gathers steam.

India can bridge the US-Russia divide over Ukraine
Mar 16, 2023

India can bridge the US-Russia divide over Ukraine

No country is as well-positioned as India in mediating between Russia and US, and bringing the Ukraine conflict to an end

India Commissions Latest Aircraft Carrier
Sep 06, 2022

India Commissions Latest Aircraft Carrier

While the Vikrant’s commissioning definitely boosts India’s naval capabilities, the overall trend in naval power is clearly shifting away from India.

India Elections: Six lessons from Verdict 2019
May 23, 2019

India Elections: Six lessons from Verdict 2019

A mandate only places a particular politics in power; it does not mean, as in authoritarian regimes such as China, the power to run individual or coll

India is dangerously close to becoming an also-ran
Sep 18, 2019

India is dangerously close to becoming an also-ran

The Modi government can choose to be part of a massive Indo-Pacific trading bloc, or succumb to isolationism. China complicates the choice.

India is Embracing a ‘Net Security Provider’ Role in the Indian Ocean Region
Mar 11, 2024

India is Embracing a ‘Net Security Provider’ Role in the Indian Ocean Region

New infrastructure built by India in Mauritius demonstrates New Delhi’s commitment to cementing its security presence in the IOR.

India is right to engage with China. But it has sent out signals of displeasure
Oct 11, 2019

India is right to engage with China. But it has sent out signals of displeasure

If Xi does not mend fences, Delhi will continue to frame policies assuming the worst about Beijing’s intentions

India leads: Two to Tango with in 2023
Oct 06, 2022

India leads: Two to Tango with in 2023

India is assuming the leadership of SCO and G20. While the two groupings have divergent goals, Delhi will need to ensure that the concerns of developing nations are not ignored. An assertive foreign policy that seeks to shape and steer conversations will help

India must adjust to the rise of China
Nov 25, 2014

India must adjust to the rise of China

India's best course is the one that Prime Minister Modi is setting. This seeks to position India as a "swing state". On one hand, India has joined the New Development Bank, the AIIB and resisted American-led efforts to condemn Russia over Ukraine. On the other, it is actively wooing the US and its allies, Japan and Australia, in the Asia Pacific region.

India must pursue a politically neutral trade deal with the US
Feb 20, 2020

India must pursue a politically neutral trade deal with the US

In exploring a limited deal to dampen trade tensions, India must refrain from handing Trump a political endorsement ahead of the 2020 presidential ele

India Nepal Relations: नेपाल में बन सकती है देउबा की सरकार, नए PM का भारत के प्रति दृष्टिकोण
Jul 28, 2023

India Nepal Relations: नेपाल में बन सकती है देउबा की सरकार, नए PM का भारत के प्रति दृष्टिकोण

India Nepal relations प्रधानमंत्री देउबा के कार्यकाल में भारत और नेपाल के रिश्‍तों में गर्मी आई है. देउबा भारत के प्रबल समर्थक हैं. देउबा के कार्यकाल में पीएम मोदी ने नेपाल का दौरा किया �

India Noncommittal on the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment
Aug 10, 2022

India Noncommittal on the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment

India’s tepid response to the PGII seems odd given Delhi’s opposition to the BRI, which the new G-7 initiative seeks to counter.

India resets the terms of engagement with China
Mar 08, 2017

India resets the terms of engagement with China

The Modi government is taking a different tack to its ties with China.

India under strain across South Asia
Aug 08, 2020

India under strain across South Asia

India’s regional relations are almost all in states of distress. That’s a big problem for New Delhi.

India will prioritise data for development at G20
Dec 14, 2022

India will prioritise data for development at G20

To share and benefit from development data, it must be accessible, of high-quality, and offered in real time. India at the helm of G20 has much to offer as this will build on principles governing PM Modi’s Digital India initiative

India woos Japan for better economic ties
Sep 08, 2014

India woos Japan for better economic ties

The larger theme of Narendra Modi is that India, Japan and China have many common interests and that all of them have to build on them and thereby initiate the Asian Century by working together and make the Asian Century a truly peaceful and prosperous one.

India's FDI dreams
Oct 17, 2014

India's FDI dreams

Billions of dollars in FDI have been assured to India thanks to Prime Minister Modi's successful foreign tours. However, there also has to be real technology transfer that spills over to the local economy. Only then, Modi's dream of FDI as 'First Development India' can be fulfilled.

India's Foreign Policy: Past, Present and the Future
Jul 30, 2015

India's Foreign Policy: Past, Present and the Future

The foreign policy of the Modi government is the continuation of the foreign policies introduced by the Manmohan Singh government, whose hallmark was the concrete decision to link India's economic transformation and growth of India with its foreign policy approach and objectives, says Dr. Shashi Tharoor.

India's lack of respect for liberty could pave the way to another Emergency
Jun 22, 2015

India's lack of respect for liberty could pave the way to another Emergency

Advani's most memorable quote: "You were asked only to bend, but you crawled" holds good today, as much as it did in 1975. Through the UPA regime, it was manifested in the absence of criticism of Sonia Gandhi, and now it is in the free ride that Narendra Modi gets.

India's nuanced middle east policy
Dec 17, 2018

India's nuanced middle east policy

The Modi government’s recalibration of India’s Middle East policy goes underappreciated.

India's smart 100: 10 cities, 10 lessons
Sep 15, 2014

India's smart 100: 10 cities, 10 lessons

Narendra Modi seems serious about building 100 smart cities. Just look at how the port city of Dholera in Gujarat is shaping up. It's might as well become an emblematic talisman of how a few handpicked men and women can build a new urban India at breakneck speed.

India's stakes in Maldives' power struggle
Mar 24, 2015

India's stakes in Maldives' power struggle

With Narendra Modi pursuing a very active Indian Ocean region diplomacy, Maldives cannot be kept away from his outreach programme. Maldives is key to our strategic interests in the Indian Ocean and any instability or discord in its internal affairs would have a bearing on our security.

India's strategic autonomy versus Latin America's active non-alignment
Aug 17, 2022

India's strategic autonomy versus Latin America's active non-alignment

India and most of Latin America view the Russia-Ukraine conflict as a ‘regional’ war limited to Europe, but one that has a massive impact on globa

India, China still have big problems between them
Sep 20, 2014

India, China still have big problems between them

Notwithstanding the friendly rhetoric and promises of Chinese investment, India and China still have big problems between them. The biggest, as Narendra Modi's remarks at the press interaction noted, is the border.

India, Pakistan: Friends again?
Dec 08, 2015

India, Pakistan: Friends again?

The Modi government came to power in New Delhi pledging a muscular approach to relations with Islamabad. But now, the government has realised that while it can control the narrative at home, it cannot do so abroad. Most countries saw New Delhi's actions as somewhat over the top.

India, Russia reinvigorate bilateral ties
Dec 15, 2021

India, Russia reinvigorate bilateral ties

Apart from dispelling the sense of drift, Putin’s visit was a clear signal of the commitment to a multipolar global order and reinforced strategic balance as an enduring factor in ties

India, Russia, here and now
Dec 10, 2014

India, Russia, here and now

As hard-boiled realists, Modi and Putin must acknowledge the new dynamic around them, find ways to limit its impact on the bilateral relationship and move quickly towards expanding the scope of their commercial ties and revitalising their cooperation in energy, defence and high-technology sectors.

India, stability, and ‘new world order’ - Global security from New Delhi’s vantage
Mar 19, 2024

India, stability, and ‘new world order’ - Global security from New Delhi’s vantage

India has embarked on a large-scale infrastructure development program, ranging from highways to airports, a critical government-led push to provide the economy a strong base to build upon.

India, US must go beyond geopolitics
Oct 01, 2014

India, US must go beyond geopolitics

Whatever Modi may want to do in the coming years is circumscribed by the fact that India does not have too many cards in its hands. It is not an oil-rich country, or one with some ideology to export. It is a poor country whose primary goal is to transform the lives of its people.

India-Australia trade deal: रणनीतिक ज़रूरतों से निर्देशित है भारत-ऑस्ट्रेलिया व्यापार सौदा
Jul 31, 2023

India-Australia trade deal: रणनीतिक ज़रूरतों से निर्देशित है भारत-ऑस्ट्रेलिया व्यापार सौदा

दोनों देशों की रणनीतिक मजबूरियां, ख़ासकर जिनका ताल्लुक़

India-Bangladesh Relations: A Ten-point Agenda
Aug 23, 2023

India-Bangladesh Relations: A Ten-point Agenda

This Issue Brief seeks to highlight key issues which the Narendra Modi government should prioritise in its relations with Bangladesh. It also suggests some additional steps that can be taken to strengthen relations between the two countries.

India-Central Asia relations: Growing convergence brings relations to strategic heights
Jan 11, 2022

India-Central Asia relations: Growing convergence brings relations to strategic heights

The recently concluded India-Central Asia dialogue saw an upswing in areas of mutual cooperation  

India-Central Asia Summit: Shaping geopolitics in the extended neighbourhood
Feb 18, 2022

India-Central Asia Summit: Shaping geopolitics in the extended neighbourhood

The strategic convergence of India-Central Asian countries and the growing cooperation between the two is distinctly perceptible in the recent India-C

India-China ties in focus — Foreign Minister Wang Yi visits India
Aug 20, 2016

India-China ties in focus — Foreign Minister Wang Yi visits India

Wang Yi during his visit to India, paid a call on PM Modi and held discussions with Sushma Swaraj and familiarised himself with the Goa BRICS Summit.

India-China trade ties hindered by border disputes, mistrust
Sep 20, 2014

India-China trade ties hindered by border disputes, mistrust

Prime Minister Modi has succeeded in adding a new zest and meaning to India-China relations with the visit of the Chinese President. However, it is evident that the full potential in trade and other areas of cooperation would not be realised unless peace and tranquility is restored on the border.

India-EU Summit: Aligning Brussels and New Delhi’s propositions for the Indo-Pacific
May 10, 2021

India-EU Summit: Aligning Brussels and New Delhi’s propositions for the Indo-Pacific

With the announcement of a connectivity partnership based on shared commitment to sustainable development, India and the EU now have the latitude to b

India-France Trilaterals in the Indo-Pacific: Imperatives, Interests, Initiatives
Nov 04, 2023

India-France Trilaterals in the Indo-Pacific: Imperatives, Interests, Initiatives

By broadening the scope of bilateral cooperation from the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) to encompass the entire Indo-Pacific region, the India-France Indo-Pacific Roadmap, released in July 2023, underscores the importance of moving beyond the traditional self-centred approach to foster a more outward-looking dynamic with key regional partners. The cooperative trilateral mechanisms established by India and France in 2020 (India-France-Australia) and i

India-Israel: A steady partnership in unsteady times
Sep 13, 2019

India-Israel: A steady partnership in unsteady times

India-Israel relations in promoting unilateral action in regulation, innovation and information-sharing.

India-Japan civil nuclear agreement: Differing perceptions
Nov 18, 2016

India-Japan civil nuclear agreement: Differing perceptions

In the aftermath of PM Modi's visit to Japan, the single most important takeaway is the landmark agreement on civil nuclear cooperation.

India-Japan Strategic Cooperation: Impacting Indo-Pacific
Feb 27, 2020

India-Japan Strategic Cooperation: Impacting Indo-Pacific

The increasing geopolitical convergence between India and Japan demonstrates traditional strength, deepening trust, matured partnership and strong dem