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India's Foreign Policy

Pakistan’s dossier debacle

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.

Expectations from upcoming India- US 2+2 dialogue

the latest 3rd round of India US 2+2 dialogue which is expected to be held on October 26-27 is of great significance and concrete outcomes are expected.

International Friendship Day – A glimpse on how the face of Indian Diplomacy changed globally?

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.

Indo-China relations: Case for a change in India’s foreign policy

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.

POK, the battle for conquest

Integrating POK, will result in a major demographic shift in the region, as mass conversions have been taking place over the years in POK.

India does not see tension between being nationalistic or international

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.

The future of Indo-US partnership

An analysis of the withdrawal of preferential trade treatment for India by USA, its reasons and implications.

7 imminent challenges for NDA 2.0 on economic front

Global and internal dynamics pose imminent challenges to NDA 2.0 on economic front. Here, we list the most important ones.

Why isn’t India clean till now?

We invested in building satellites. We invested in building a strong force like the NDRF and focused on mitigation measures. That is why the death toll is one of the lowest for this year's Cyclone Fani.

Nationalism and Multilateralism are not mutually exclusive – Modi’s India

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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