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Indian Diplomacy Fashioning a New Narrative

Paper No. 5981                                Dated 04-Aug-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

From the very first day Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi jumped into foreign policy.  By inviting leaders of all SAARC nations, Mr, Modi underscored his desire to promote a “neighbourhood first” foreign policy.  This was a notable departure from the past.

India-China Cooperation in Counter-Terrorism: Q & A

Paper No. 5812                                Dated 31-Oct-2014

By Col R. Hariharan

Here are my answers given to a columnist’s e-mail questions on the subject.

1.       The main source of anti-India terrorism is Pakistan. In the event of a hijacking, for instance, by a Pak-based group, will Sino-Indian co-operation be possible? What is the scope of operational cooperation in counter-terrorism between India and China?

Antony’s China Visit and India-China Security Deficit

Paper No. 5524                                        Dated 09-Jul-2013

By Dr. B. R Deepak

In order to strengthen the fragile defense ties and improve the security environment between India and China, the Indian Defense Minister Mr. A. K Antony headed a defense delegation to China between July 4th and 6th.

A Few Questions to China on Hand of Friendship

Paper No. 5375                                                   Dated 22-Jan-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

It was very  welcome to read in China’s official news agency Xinhua (Jan. 11) some parts of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) General Secretary Xi Jinping’s letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. 

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