Why Modi’s Foreign Policy Has Been Pragmatic And Confident


India’s foreign policy is obliged to navigate skillfully through the prevailing currents in international relations, even as its larger goals of defending sovereignty, safeguarding territorial integrity, building a peaceful and secure environment, creating supportive constituencies abroad and using external relations to increase prosperity at home remain constant.

Multiple challenges

While judging the successes and failures of our foreign policy, a realistic view should be taken of the multiple challenges we face and our capacity to deal with them within the complex web of competing interests, unequal power equations, international law and so on.

Our foreign policy is not based on the assumption that we have the power to advance our interests as we wish. Read More

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