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Achievements of BRICS 2015 Ufa Summit

These are difficult times for the BRICS nations – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, well acknowledged in the underlying theme of this year’s BRICS summit at Ufa in Russia on 9th July —“BRICS Partnership – a Powerful Factor of Global Development.” The very first paragraph of the Ufa Declaration stressed on the discussions on “issues of common interest in respect of the international agenda as well as key priorities in respect of further […]

What were the issues addressed during Modi's China Visit

Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s statement made during her visit to Beijing in February this year merits a careful scrutiny. “The two countries have strong leaders. They are also keen on an out-of-box solution,” Swaraj had said about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chinese President Xi Jinping. More than any ‘out-of-box’ solution to the vexed Sino-Indian relationship, what has stood out during Modi’s recent three-day trip to China where he visited Xian, […]

Narendra Modi on a Three-Nation Tour again to China, Mongolia and South Korea

In less than 12 months since assuming the Prime Minister’ office, PM Narendra Modi has already made 16 foreign trips. By the end of 2015, he is scheduled to make at least eight more such trips. As for now, his foreign travels have made him stand in good stead and his thrust on business diplomacy with the smart ‘Make in India’ tagline looks promising as more foreign countries are showing interest in investing in India. […]

Chinese President Xi Jingping’s India Visit

Notwithstanding the enduring image of Chinese President Xi Jingping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi swinging together at the banks of River Sabarmati in Ahmedabad, the intricacies involved in India-China relationship demand translation of such apparent bonhomie into stable, deep-rooted bilateral relations at the level. Jinping and Modi met for the second time in less than 100 days, yet Jinping’s visit to India was only the third such visit by a Chinese President since 1996. […]

Expectations from Chinese President Xi Jinping's India Visit

Much is expected of the ensuing India visit of the Chinese President Xi Jinping both on strategic and economic fronts. Indian Commerce Minister Nirmala Seetharaman visited Beijing at the same time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Japan. India expects Jinping’s visit to pave the way for major Chinese investments in the country, while also hoping China to facilitate Indian IT services exports by removing the barriers. Border dispute between the two countries too […]

Significance and Achievements of BRICS Summit 2014

Before we discuss the Brazil summit, let us first begin with the strides made by the BRICS nations Brazil, Russia, India, and China, over the years since the concept of BRIC was floated by Jim O’Neill, an investment banker with Goldman Sachs.  South Africa, with a much smaller economy entered the group in 2011. Genesis and Growth of BRICS Countries : O’Neill had conceived that developing countries such as Brazil, Russia, India and China could […]

How will Modi re-invent India’s China Policy

So far every diplomatic move made by PM Modi, seems to have had the desired results. The SAARC Leaders Photo-op on his swearing in, followed by bi lateral meetings on the sidelines have signaled the Modi Govt’s foreign policy priorities loud and clear. Yet the elephant in the room, China, is soon to come calling. The Western Press has labeled Modi as India’s Nixon; an analogy drawing parallels with hard-line US President Richard Nixon, whose […]



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