Tag Archives: India foreign policy

Brookings India Column: India’s New Government

6 Jun

Excerpted from http://brookings.in/ Brookings India Fellow Dr. Shamika Ravi, and Mr. R.N. Ravi,  former Special Director, Intelligence Bureau of India, address questions on the economic and foreign policy priorities for the new government:   How will Narendra Modi govern? Is he the right person to lead India during this challenging time in its history? Narendra Modi has won […]

Brookings India Column: Changing Dynamics of International Relations

4 Mar

Courtesy of Brookings India Key Insights: Global leadership is severely lacking, even though the world is no longer unipolar and there are a number of emerging powers Regions that lack integration and non-state actors continue to undermine global security and stability Environment challenges need to become a priority in international relations, and must be approached […]

Brookings India Column: India & Global Governance

19 Feb

Courtesy of Brookings India Brookings India hosted a panel comprising Ambassador David M. Malone, Rector of the United Nations  University and former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations; Ambassador Hardeep Puri, former Permanent Representative of India to the a United Nations and Senior Advisor, International Peace Institute; and Lord Karan Bilimoria, House of Lords, UK. […]