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India's relation with neighbouring countries

Quid Pro Quo: An instrument of strategic realignment in Indian Foreign Policy of the Modi era

Since 2014, the proactive approach towards the burgeoning issue of geopolitics has become a hallmark of the realignment in Indian Foreign policy that has made world powers accept India as a major player in almost all issues of global eminence.

Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam in light of cimate change

Is the Neighbourhood First Policy a viable solution to tackle climate change in South Asia?

“Long way home”: Should India be more prudent on overseas investments?

From a policy perspective, India’s investments should be aimed at more plausible destinations and Bangladesh, in the current political economic sphere, is the more suitable than any other country.

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.

Democracy has stung Communism big time in Galwan

China has spoiled relations with entire neighbourhood and well beyond its capacity to manage. The fool cards like BRI, blank cheque diplomacy and the debt-traps can buy few leaders of poor countries for short-term, but turn people of these nations into long-term enemies as well.

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.

Is China losing an undeclared war with India?

China has been following the policy of delusion with all its neighboring countries, imposing its territorial claims that don't have the potential to escalate the war and are enough to bring embarrassment to them.

Love thy neighbour; what if neighbour doesn’t love you back?

If reports are to be believed, our neighbour is in no mood to walk the talk. This means that it would be foolish to assume that military and diplomatic level discussions would translate into actual restoration of peace.

Can India steer its course away from Chinese goods?

While Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan is eyeing to boost up MSMEs, the local to global initiative can only be realised through overcoming the demand slump prevailing in the Indian economy.

Indian government inaugurates Lipulekh pass on LAC; why Nepal Communist Party is another major concern besides China

One major reason for the transition of Nepal's Hindu kingdom to a communist-ruled and China-leaning state can be attributed to Manmohan Singh's government.

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