Foreign Policy(Search results - 22)
IndiaFeb 25, 2020, 3:27 PM IST
Standalone visits show de-hyphenation of India and Pakistan from US foreign policy
Between 1959 and 2006 every US President who has visited India has also gone to Pakistan. The standalone visits by Obama and Trump clearly suggest that the US wants to de-hyphenate India from Pakistan in its foreign policy.
The HandshakeJan 27, 2020, 9:28 PM IST
The Handshake | How India is moving towards a more aggressive foreign policy
Hello and welcome to this episode of DePress Room, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about how a top US official thinks that how ‘India’s Foreign Policy Shifting From Passive To One Which Vigorously Advances Its Interests’. India is moving away from having a passive foreign policy to the one vigorously advancing its interests, a top American diplomat said on Friday, attributing the trend to New Delhi’s “broadening strategic horizons” over the past two decades.
PoliticsJan 6, 2020, 7:57 PM IST
The Handshake | Will the next decade be a game changer for India?
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about the areas of foreign policy where India needs to focus on in 2020. The 2020s will see India become the world’s third-largest economy, after the US and China. Even at a slower nominal growth rate of 10% per annum, India will cross Germany in five years and Japan in seven, closing the decade at $7 trillion.
PoliticsDec 30, 2019, 5:21 PM IST
The Handshake | 2019 has been a year of promises and hopes for India
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about how 2019 has been for India in terms of Foreign policies. 2019 began fairly well for India in its foreign policy outreach with New Delhi reaching out to its neighbours in a continuation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emphasis on a ‘neighbourhood first’ policy. But the year was cruel to the BJP as it took away three of the best performing ministers of the Modi 1.0 cabinet -- Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj and Manohar Parrikar. All three were members of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS).
PoliticsDec 26, 2019, 5:04 PM IST
The Handshake | Decisions taken in 2019, that changed India
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and as the year comes to an end, let's have a look at different foreign policy decisions taken by Narendra Modi govt. Bharatiya Janata Party's core political ideology guided Narendra Modi's foreign policy decisions in 2019. For the first time in 50 years, Indian fighter jets attacked terror camps in Pakistan. Modi tried to forge closer ties with the United States and balance ties with China.
PoliticsDec 18, 2019, 10:04 AM IST
The Handshake | Indian govt invoking greater realism in foreign policy
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about how the Indian govt is invoking greater realism in Indian foreign policy. India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar recently delivering the 4th Ramnath Goenka Lecture and gave what he called an “unsentimental audit for Indian foreign policy.”
PoliticsDec 10, 2019, 8:33 PM IST
The Handshake | How India is making a mark on the world stage
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about how India is making some great moves by signing deals with different countries.
PoliticsDec 9, 2019, 4:14 PM IST
The Handshake | India's military diplomacy
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about Indian Army's military diplomacy.
PoliticsNov 20, 2019, 2:12 PM IST
The Handshake | How diplomacy has taken centre stage in India's foreign policy
Hello and welcome to this episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about how diplomacy has taken centre stage in India's foreign policy.
PoliticsNov 6, 2019, 4:31 PM IST
S Jaishankar Starts A New Era In Foreign Policy
Hello and welcome to yet another episode of The Handshake, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about how Indian foreign policy took big strides under S Jaishankar.
PoliticsOct 29, 2019, 7:24 PM IST
Aircraft carriers of Navy represent change in foreign policy
While India operates one aircraft carrier at the moment, New Delhi is planning to operate at least three such ships, provided it will have the funds. The construction of such a large machine is a strategic choice not only in purely military terms, however. For a country like India, which needs foreign technology, it is also a political statement.
PoliticsOct 19, 2019, 12:35 PM IST
Is India Ready To Become The Trade Partner Of The World?
India has firmed up a gradual, but significant, shift in its foreign policy in the first few months of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term. It has moved decisively from a P2 (US and China) mindset to a P5+2 approach to position itself as a power that makes it it's business to do business with all, rather than keeping distance or taking sides.
PoliticsOct 16, 2019, 9:59 AM IST
Modi, Doval and Jaishankar; Face Of India's Foreign Policy
Three fortuitous developments are helping the Modi-Jaishankar-Doval trio to effect some subtle changes – Modi and Jaishankar’s high octane diplomatic blitz in the US to re-energise the US relationship; the crafting of Wuhan II at Mamallapuram where Chinese president Xi Jinping had a meeting with PM Modi, and the unexpected opening up of the field in the Afghanistan peace process.
IndiaSep 24, 2019, 8:26 PM IST
The Handshake: Decoding the strategy behind Howdy Modi and its ripple effect in India
The median income of the Indian diaspora was $89,000 per year versus $50,000 for US households overall, according to a recent PEW research survey. Converting the diaspora into an effective tool of India’s foreign policy has been Modi’s key achievement. The Handshake with Amal Chowdhury will narrate why Modi and Trump are in a win-win situation as ‘Howdy Modi’ will benefit both politically.
WorldSep 23, 2019, 4:18 PM IST
Howdy Modi: BJP hits back at Congress for remarks against Prime Minister
Congress' Anand Sharma has said PM Narendra Modi has violated the time-honoured principle of Indian foreign policy of not interfering in the domestic elections of another country. Following this incident, BJP has hit back at Congress saying Modi has neither endorsed nor promoted the President of United States Donald Trump at the Howdy Modi event