China and India will account for more than half of this year’s global growth underscoring the Asia-Pacific region’s strength.
Tag: Narendra Modi
Modi At Hiroshima — Optics, Politics, Reality
Modi travelled to Hiroshima with an eye on his upcoming state visit to the US. Western pressures will continue on Modi government.
Can The U.S. Become A Reliable Partner To India?
The U.S. is not ready to establish relationships with India as an equal partner and take India’s interests into account.
Prime Minister Modi’s Message During The G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting Was Meaningful
Prime Minister Modi’s message was meaningful in the sense of tense state of international relations and pragmatic ways to enhance cooperation.
A Reality Check For Modi Govt’s G20 Ambitions
The Modi government has made a serious mistake in underestimating that the Ukraine situation is an affair where it has no mediatory role.
Doval Creates Synergy In India-Russia Ties
The scheduled visit of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval to Moscow on February 7-9 was in connection with the multilateral consultations of the secretaries of security councils and national security advisors regarding Afghanistan hosted by the Secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev. However, it was Doval’s meeting with President Vladimir Putin that […]
U.S. Strengthens Presence In Southeast Asia
Washington expects to gradually reduce India’s cooperation with DPRK, Iran and Russia. And first of all in dual-use technologies, 5G/6G communications and other important sectors such as space.
Modi Ignores West’s Sanctions On Russia
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday marks a new stage in the bilateral relationship between the two time-tested friends, both contextually and from a long-term perspective. The media may find it alluring to link Modi’s call to Ukraine developments despite the Indian and Russian […]
Demons Creep Up From Europe’s Attic
The visit of German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock to New Delhi had an anti-climatic ending. Baerbock waxed eloquently about Germany as a paragon of democratic values and claimed affinity with India. She hoped to persuade Modi government to disengage from strategic partnership with “authoritarian” Russia. However, when Baerbock returned home, […]
Frank Talk With Biden On Ukraine May Help
The inconclusive outcome of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s phone call with Ukraine President Vladymyr Zelensky on Wednesday could have been easily foretold. The initiative simply didn’t make sense. Before Modi’s call, Zelensky had already sought a fast-track NATO membership in a dramatic move underscoring that Kiev is entitled to access […]
India’s Gaffe At Samarkand
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at Samarkand on September 16 after the SCO Summit turned into a media scandal. The Western media zeroed in on six words culled out of context in the PM’s opening remarks — “today’s era is not of war” — to […]
It’s Not Any Of The US’ Business What PM Modi Does At The SCO Summit
India has no reason to be concerned about the US’ reaction to Prime Minister Modi’s participation in this year’s SCO Summit in Samarkand, especially the optics of him “looking chummy” with the Russian and Chinese leaders like Bloomberg fearmongered might trigger that declining unipolar hegemon. Bloomberg headlined a piece on […]