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Research Paper | Political Science | India | Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017

Indias Foreign Policy: Narendra Modi & Vladimir Putin

Gotru Sanjay Chakravarthy | Prof K. Chandra Kumar

Abstract: India Russian relations have had to be significantly refashioned since the end of the cold war with the collapse of the USSR and, along with it, the foundation of India's decades old foreign policy. The declining and uncertain relations of the 1990s have however, given way to a more durable relationship under Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress party in India. A strong relationship with Russia is essential for India's foreign policy. Economic cooperationis the most important of the upgrade of bilateral relations, in which Defence deals is the core issue. Both sides realize that economic cooperation is beneficial for their economics respectively, and that cooperation plans are to set into action positively and persistently. Under Modi administration, India began the implementation of a distinct kind of international policy, that some academic scholarsdefined as a ?particular Modi doctrine?, while others considered ratherto be a continuation of Modi's predecessors, with some ?little changes ofstyle and manner?. But, it is important to notice India's presentengagement into a type of foreign policy based on multi-alignment ratherthan on traditional non-alignment practices. Modi opened multiple andvarious directions in foreign policy (Acting East Policy, for example), while consolidating others (Indian Diaspora, privileged relations with the US, Japan, Russia, constructive relations with China, enlarged relationswith ASEAN etc. ). The comparison of the study is to attempt and examine the India's foreign policy with Russia under the Leadership of Narendra Modi

Keywords: Comprehensive Development, Concerted efforts, Future of Indian-Russian cooperation, Some Misgivings, Indias point of view, Tried and Trusted friend, Indias most valued ally, Joint Design, Higher priority to India

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017,

Pages: 1419 - 1421

Indias Foreign Policy: Narendra Modi & Vladimir Putin

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Gotru Sanjay Chakravarthy, Prof K. Chandra Kumar, "Indias Foreign Policy: Narendra Modi & Vladimir Putin", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR),, Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017, 1419 - 1421, #ijsrnet

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