India's Foreign Policy
The specter of Pakistan splintering into smaller entities is too real now to be ignored in the new normal. The truth is that it will no longer be business as usual for its deep state, and it’s terminal ailment could hasten the end of an entity we know as Pakistan.
There used to be a time when USA openly supported Pakistan against India but the scenario has changed. In recent times, USA became the biggest piece in the piechart of India's export list.
China has routinely acted against Indian interests whenever it has got a chance. And India has just tried to appease China by giving in to its desires and requests.
India seems to have has navigated a complex system in which issues in domestic and foreign policy intertwine the lines of power and constantly influence change, where progressively swift decisions and skillful negotiations are required in the face of outbreaks of disease, security threats or other issues.
Global and internal dynamics pose imminent challenges to NDA 2.0 on economic front. Here, we list the most important ones.
The commitment to multilateralism abroad and nationalism at home do not have to be mutually exclusive. Modi’s India is a case in point.
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