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Fyodor Lukyanov: Here’s why India has never been as important as it is now

New Delhi doesn’t even have to try. In a divided world, the country’s scale and its cultural traditions make it a major player It was India’s biggest politico-religious event. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a massive Hindu temple in Ayodhya, the holy city where Rama– one of the most important gods in the pantheon – is said to have been born. The ceremony would have remained solely in the religious sphere were it not for the ...


Second Pandemic Wave Tests India’s Reforms and its Leader’s Popularity

N. Modi has enough time to restore the level of support and push the planned reforms forward. May 2021 marks two years since Narendra Modi was re-elected as the prime minister of India. In total, the Indian leader has been in power at the national level for 7 years, since 2014. The new wave of the pandemic that has hit India interfered with the interim assessment of Narendra ...


Russia–India Relations: Successes and Prospects

... this division result in the ongoing conflict with Islamabad over Kashmir, but it also cut India off from culturally related countries and its natural markets in Southeast Asia, Afghanistan, Iran and the Persian Gulf states. The incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given New Delhi’s international activities in this area a measure of confidence and assertiveness. Since the early 1990s, governments in India have pursued the Look East policy, which involved expanding economic ties and political ...


Indian Elections 2019: Towards New Economic and Political Goals

Whither a ‘Strategic Calculus’ under Modi 2.0? As the world’s most mammoth democratic exercise at the hustings successfully winds down on another electoral cycle and the intuitive feel and considered wisdom posits plain-sailing return to helms hip for the incumbent BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) coalition, the anticipated focus appears to be plausibly shifting, towards decoding the prospective strategic-priorities and attendant policy-parameters, that would constitute and chaperone...


A Letter to Michael Cohen-Personal Attorney to President Trump

... chapter in south asian geo politics.TRUMP has improved a lot and it will be very difficult to raise a fingure on him,his works and his point of views.You must be having a tight schedule when whole world is watching the meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald J Trump. First thank you very much for accepting my request on Liked in.Now let me tell you what Trump and Modi meet means to this world. When USA is reversing its role from global leadership or in other world what world ...


Modi: Focusing on the Indian Diaspora Abroad

A distinctive feature of current Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi’s foreign policy is his direct call to the Indian diaspora abroad. Every appearance he has made in the 18 months since he came to office – at Wembley Stadium in London, Madison Square Garden in New York and Dubai International ...


Overseas views on China's Silk Road future: How Malaysia scholar sees the Belt & Road initiative?

... fraction of the critical infrastructural and logistics deficit worldwide. India alone has close to 300 million people who live on less than $1.25 per day on purchasing power parity and here is where close ties forged by Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can make a difference. China is facilitating trade and development for Third World nations in ways major Western funders could not. However, China may need to fine-tune its Belt and Road initiative towards a more Asia-centric approach. This ...


Panchsheel of the Facebook Epoch. Five milestones of N. Modi’s visit to China

... develop South-South cooperation. In 1955, these five principles laid the foundation of the final document of the Bandung Conference, the 60th anniversary of which was celebrated in April in Jakarta. The first visit to China of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his coming to power cannot boast such a memorable political “meme” as Panchsheel, although it has afforded enough ground for talking about the new nature of bilateral relations. It is quite noteworthy to highlight five ...


The Results of Modi’s Visit to the U.S.

New Delhi is not going to join any anti-Russian efforts and U.S. plans to contain China Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the U.S. and his talks with President Barack Obama are no doubt an important development in fostering bilateral New Delhi-Washington ties, although on the surface it has hardly yielded any tangible results. To begin with,...


India’s Economy: Back to the Future?

... 15 the world’s largest democracy celebrates its Independence Day. India is the fastest growing economy after China. But what drives its growth and how will the country’s economic policy change after the election of the new Prime Minister, Narendra Modi? We asked Andrei Volodin, Senior Research Fellow at Eurasian Studies Centre, Institute of Current International Problems’ at the Russian Foreign Ministry Diplomatic Academy, to comment the situation. Are there any concrete plans of ...


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