The world, especially ASEAN have a vested interest in the India-China matter
India is a natural exponent of multilateralism
The economic and developmental ambitions that India is now pursuing require sustained partnerships of those who have traversed a similar path in the recent past
India's approach in aligning business and strategic goals bears some similarity to the experiences of East Asian and South-East Asian polities as they traversed their path of national development. Increasingly, our foreign policy is dominated by the ...
An aspect of our current approach, while having implications for the entire world, has a special relevance for its two largest economies - the US and China. India is endeavouring to modernise in the fullest sense of that term. This is expressed in a ...
You mentioned counterterrorism in the context of the dialogue between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping. Did the PM also mention the issue of China's support to Pakistan in the UN over the release of Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi? ...
India and the US are today positioned to embark on a more closely collaborative path. The world the two nations seek does look similar in the big picture