Trump Says Getting Along With Russia A Good Thing, India Agrees

Amid trade wars with China, peace talks with North Korea and a pullout from the Iran nuclear deal, the United States summit-level meeting with Russia is an indication of the realignment of America’s foreign policy, one that could be greatly advantageous to India.

The meeting between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin ended on a positive note where both leaders supported each other despite many back home and many European nations wishing a failure.

While it might not be good news for Europe which is having a very strained relation with Russia post the Salisbury incident, the thaw is welcome to all the keen foreign policy hands in South Block who are following developments very closely.

Sources have told India Today that any forward movement between the two important partners of India is ‘welcome’. Read More

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