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Russia-India ties based on mutual need, says JNU's Anuradha M Chenoy

Even after two decades of closer ties with the US, India has not got all what it wanted, says Chenoy

Anuradha M Chenoy, former professor and chairperson at the Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies of JNU | Illlustration: Binay Sinha
Anuradha M Chenoy, former professor and chairperson at the Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies of JNU | Illlustration: Binay Sinha

Anuradha M Chenoy’s Remerging Russia is an influential and comprehensive account of a new Russia seen in the context of India and the Global South. Chenoy, former professor and chairperson at the Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies of Jawaharlal Nehru University, discusses the recent India-Russia bilateral summit with Aditi Phadnis. Edited excerpts: How do you evaluate the overall impact of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Russia? PM Modi’s visit serves the process of multiple and continuous engagements between India and Russia. Though there ...