Reflections on PM Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy
Major Shift in India’s Counter-Terrorism Policy Over the Last 10 Years: A Layman Understanding

Although terrorism has yet to find a universally acceptable definition and continues to be contexed with insurgency and militancy, we in India go by a generic description. Terror is associated with acts of unbridled violence against established autho....

Dealing with Pakistan: India’s Western Neighbour is No Longer a Strategic Priority

India’s Pakistan policy has evolved over the last decade, from an attempted rapprochement in 2014-15, to a focus on stringent border management and counterterrorism. Even though India’s primary strategic challenge over the next decade would emana....

Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR): India’s Journey from 2014 to 2024

Introduction
The ten-year period from 2014 to 2024 has witnessed numerous humanitarian crises. The crises were triggered by, among other things, armed conflicts (Israel-Hamas war, Syrian civil war, Libyan civil war, Yemeni civil war, Tigr....

Multilateralism and India during 2014-2024

Between 2014 and 2024, India has navigated the multilateral world to ensure a supportive external environment of peace, security, and stability to accelerate the transformation underway in India. The fact that India is both a founder-member of multil....

Overview of India’s Trade Policy from 2014-2024

India’s trade policy through 2014-24 has seen both hits and misses, fortunately more hits than misses. Getting a permanent peace clause at the WTO for our food security schemes in 2014, walking out of the RCEP agreement in 2019, and focusing on FTA....

Evolution of India’s Maritime Diplomacy Over the Last Ten Years

On the occasion of commissioning of the Mauritian Naval Ship Barracuda, built by M/s Garden Reach Shipbuilders Kolkata, for the Mauritian National Coast Guard, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 12 March 2015, made a commitment to the Indian Ocean litto....

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