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  • India-US partnership has deepened during COVID-19 pandemic: IMC Chamber Apr 29, 2021 11:02 PM IST

    India-US partnership has deepened during COVID-19 pandemic: IMC Chamber

    The IMC Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organizing the 2-day Indo-US Partnership Vision Summit 2021 with participation from industry and government of both countries.

  • EXCLUSIVE| With 'Vaccine Maitri', India pulls off diplomatic coup against China in Africa Mar 19, 2021 03:47 PM IST

    EXCLUSIVE| With 'Vaccine Maitri', India pulls off diplomatic coup against China in Africa

    Officials say the 1.7 crore doses of vaccines from India have done in just three months, what billions of dollars in development finance deployed by China across the African continent over the past decade, haven't been able to. Gain Africa's trust.

  • Joe Biden, Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison and Yoshihide Suga's op-ed calls for strong Indo-Pacific region Mar 14, 2021 11:24 AM IST

    Joe Biden, Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison and Yoshihide Suga's op-ed calls for strong Indo-Pacific region

    The world leaders pointed out that the collaboration which began with relief efforts post the devastating tsunami in 2004, evolved into a ‘democratic cooperation’ called the “Quad”

  • Vaccine Diplomacy: How does India compare with China? Mar 11, 2021 01:26 PM IST

    Vaccine Diplomacy: How does India compare with China?

    India's Vaccine Maitri initiative has earned its goodwill across the world. China, too, is providing anti-COVID shots to several countries but has also tried to undermine India's efforts by questioning the quality of Indian supplies and reportedly launching a cyber attack on major vaccine makers.

  • China’s cyber-espionage capabilities are growing, India needs to invest more in fighting back Mar 07, 2021 01:23 PM IST

    China’s cyber-espionage capabilities are growing, India needs to invest more in fighting back

    Even though New Delhi has sought to expand both it's defensive and offensive capabilities over the years, though, progress has been patchy.

  • Has China’s chequebook diplomacy put it on the back foot? Jan 26, 2021 08:27 AM IST

    Has China’s chequebook diplomacy put it on the back foot?

    China is often brazen about its ways and seldom cares to clear its stand. It is also unmindful of the enormous suffering it has brought the world. From here, if there is a course correction, it is one born out of necessity 

  • ‘Strategies for the Indo-Pacific’ is diplomacy’s little black dress Sep 16, 2020 01:34 PM IST

    ‘Strategies for the Indo-Pacific’ is diplomacy’s little black dress

    The real threat for India is, what if the whole ‘Indo-Pacific’ game slips out of its hands, and into those with different priorities and interests?

  • IPL 2020 | Why BCCI must abandon Chinese sponsorship Aug 04, 2020 01:38 PM IST

    IPL 2020 | Why BCCI must abandon Chinese sponsorship

    Popular sentiment is in favour of boycotting Chinese goods, and the government itself has banned Chinese apps and placed greater scrutiny on investments from the middle kingdom. Asking BCCI to reconsider is just a logical step since cricket is more than a game in India

  • Indians need to be more firm in saying ‘No’ to Chinese products Jul 21, 2020 03:00 PM IST

    Indians need to be more firm in saying ‘No’ to Chinese products

    While diplomacy, whether it is cynical or coercive, is always preferable to a military response to China’s insatiable greed for land, India must not waver in its resolve to stand up to the bully on the block

  • India has an opportunity as EU’s suspicions about China are growing Jun 30, 2020 10:39 AM IST

    India has an opportunity as EU’s suspicions about China are growing

    India must strengthen ties with EU as Europe is shifting its approach towards an assertive China

  • An intransigent China is a clear and present threat to India’s territorial integrity Jun 26, 2020 03:54 PM IST

    An intransigent China is a clear and present threat to India’s territorial integrity

    It is unclear how India will reorient its China policy in the long term. Independent of specific policy components, it must resolve the crisis of credibility that has long plagued India’s strategy towards China

  • Medical Diplomacy | India underlines its credentials as a responsible global leader Jun 16, 2020 09:54 AM IST

    Medical Diplomacy | India underlines its credentials as a responsible global leader

    India’s response to other countries’ needs during the COVID-19 pandemic becomes noteworthy when compared to ‘wolf warrior diplomacy’ exhibited by China

  • In time-tested ties between India and Nepal, China must not be a factor Jun 01, 2020 11:15 AM IST

    In time-tested ties between India and Nepal, China must not be a factor

    Nepal has been a loyal friend for decades, and Indian diplomacy needs to use tact rather than the overly big boss approach

  • A Chinese elephant in the India-Nepal room May 27, 2020 02:05 PM IST

    A Chinese elephant in the India-Nepal room

    To keep Nepal on its side is in India’s interests, especially in the face of a rising Chinese presence in South Asia. This presence is not just economic and military, but increasingly involves strong political commitment

  • India-Nepal ties cannot be left to the vagaries of miscommunication May 22, 2020 10:14 AM IST

    India-Nepal ties cannot be left to the vagaries of miscommunication

    Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli has upped the ante by being undiplomatic at a time when diplomacy should have been the channel between Nepal and India. New Delhi, too, has not managed the episode well

  • NAM Summit | PM Narendra Modi stresses India’s positive role and calls for global co-operation May 08, 2020 02:10 PM IST

    NAM Summit | PM Narendra Modi stresses India’s positive role and calls for global co-operation

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has effectively used platforms available to India to make a case that instead of nations becoming more and more inward looking, global engagement should be the norm

  • Citizenship Amendment Bill | Why India must not alienate its close neighbours Dec 13, 2019 01:01 PM IST

    Citizenship Amendment Bill | Why India must not alienate its close neighbours

    Telling a friendly neighbour that you have persecuted your minorities is both bad diplomacy and cocking a snook at those who stood by you in protecting your national security interests — the CAB conveys that to Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

  • Policy | Indian foreign policy’s changing calculus Nov 28, 2019 04:24 PM IST

    Policy | Indian foreign policy’s changing calculus

    Indian foreign policy is changing and will continue to evolve not only because the global environment is changing more rapidly than ever, but also because India is changing.

  • Politics | The growing economic and diplomatic relevance of India’s diaspora Sep 23, 2019 10:16 AM IST

    Politics | The growing economic and diplomatic relevance of India’s diaspora

    While the Indian diaspora has been a good-will ambassador and argued for the better relations between the host country and India, it is the Narendra Modi government that has fully realised its potential for public diplomacy.

  • As PM visits Israel, here's a list of foreign trips he has undertaken over past 12 months Jul 04, 2017 03:44 PM IST

    As PM visits Israel, here's a list of foreign trips he has undertaken over past 12 months

    Narendra Modi visit to Israel is the first ever by an Indian leader to the Jewish nation.

  • Resolve differences through diplomacy: US to India, Pakistan Sep 28, 2016 09:36 AM IST

    Resolve differences through diplomacy: US to India, Pakistan

    The US has asked India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through diplomacy and not through violence.

  • Obama at the UN: I won't hesitate to use force Sep 28, 2015 08:59 PM IST

    Obama at the UN: I won't hesitate to use force

    President Barack Obama called for a modern approach to the world's problems in his Monday address at the United Nations.

  • Is SAARC futile till Pak-India agree on ending hostilities? Nov 27, 2014 03:53 PM IST

    Is SAARC futile till Pak-India agree on ending hostilities?

    The only reason SAARC exists is to give the members an appearance of amity; the only reason it cannot be shut down completely is because it gives China an opening to create its own South Asian Forum by excluding India.

  • Kerry ends Israeli-Palestinian mission without accord Jun 30, 2013 05:12 PM IST

    Kerry ends Israeli-Palestinian mission without accord

    US Secretary of State John Kerry ended a marathon round of shuttle diplomacy between Israelis and Palestinians on Sunday without an agreement on restarting peace talks.

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