Partnership

This section includes articles on recent visits of foreign dignitaries to India and outgoing visits of Indian leaders to other nations of the world. Read articles on a wide range of topics related to the new developments in India's foreign policy.

Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty

Tale of two friendly neighbours

Issue 06, 2020 Partnership

Every year, Bangladesh and India celebrate December 16 as “Bijoy Dibosh” or Victory Day to commemorate the end of the War in 1971. On this day, Pakistan’s Army surrendered in Bangladesh to the joint command of the Indian Ar....

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Nivedita Kapoor

India at the SCO

Issue 06, 2020 Partnership

The 20th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit hosted virtually by Russia on November 10, 2020, and the 19th SCO Heads of Government Meeting hosted virtually by India on November 30, 2020, highlighted several issues of i....

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Anil Wadhwa

Power of the sunshine alliance

Issue 06, 2020 Partnership

Climate change is recognised as the greatest challenge of our time. As the global community seeks measures to urgently counteract and reverse its proven catastrophic impacts, India has led with the initiative of the International....

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Asoke Kumar Mukerji

Call for reformed multilateralism at the UN

Issue 05, 2020 Partnership

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi reasserted the country’s commitment to the United Nations (UN) during the 75th anniversary commemorative events of the world body this year. Three major themes resonated in his repeated ca....

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Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty

ITEC: 56 Years Young Still Going Strong

Issue 05, 2020 Partnership

Since Independence, India’s foreign policy has been guided by solidarity with other colonised and developing nations, based not just on shared ideologies but also on strong economic foundations. To fulfil this objective, a comp....

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Gopalkrishna Gandhi

Strengthening the path of friendship

Issue 05, 2020 Partnership

Sri Lanka was in a grim situation throughout the 1990s. By 2000, the then President of Sri Lanka, Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, was facing formidable challenges – militarily, politically, and personally. The separatist gr....

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Akshat Jain

Going strong

Issue 04, 2020 Partnership

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, India has been reaffirming its commitment to strengthen its diplomatic relations. Following a series of high-level diplomatic engagements in the recent months, the 15th India-EU summit was successful....

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Anil Wadhwa

Visionary approach

Issue 04, 2020 Partnership

India has not been spared when it comes to the spread of the COVID-19, but has demonstrated great resilience in fighting the impact of the pandemic with determination. It has pushed ahead with accelerated development and the crea....

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Juhi Mirza

Conservation without Borders

Issue 04, 2020 Partnership

The Southern Asiatic region has been historically heralded as Suvrnabhumi, or the golden land, in ancient Indian literature a title that is true for the immense wealth and more importantly for a vibrant and friendly mix ....

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Akshat Jain

A brand new normal

Issue 03, 2020 Partnership

As countries around the world continue being in lockdowns and social distancing becoming the new norm, diplomatic visits too have come to a halt. But diplomacy hasn’t. Under the aegis of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is turning this adversity....

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