A resounding election victory with the largest mandate given to Narendra Modi has once again opened the possibility of changing the outlook of India on international system. This is the first time in four decades that a government has been elected consecutively for the second time with more number of seats and a larger vote share than earlier. What does this mean for India in particular and international system in general?
Now that the elections are over, the government without much pomp and show should brace for the herculean economic and foreign policy challenges ahead.
What is happening?
The international political system is undergoing a tremendous change infested with trade wars, possible nuclear war, changing regional security and economic architecture, armed conflicts, economic and social disparity, looming peace processes and so on. Read More