INDIA. FOREIGN POLICY OF N. MODI''S GOVERNMENT
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INDIA. FOREIGN POLICY OF N. MODI''S GOVERNMENT
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Felix Yurlov 
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25-30
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This article discusses the main directions and problems of the foreign policy of the Indian government of led by prime-minister Narendra Modi. This government has come to power in May 2014. The new accents and problems of this policy are called into being by changed situation in the world in the last few years.Special attention is paid to the relations with the U.S. and China which are by themselves immensely complicated. India has to consider not only its own relations with these two countries, and but at the same time to consider the complex relationship between these two world giants.In this context the author analyses the Indian- Russian relations, which are currently not in their best shape. Nevertheless Russia continues to be India’s major partner in cooperation in the defense sphere.Thus, the relations between our two countries are defined as a special strategic partnership. On its part, Russia strives to preserve this partnership. India responds positively but takes steps to diversify its defense ties with other countries. India’s cooperation with the West and Japan is counterbalanced by its participation in BRICS and Shanghai Organization of Cooperation. On the whole, the main features of the Indian foreign policy have not yet been completely defined. Their further development still depends on the dynamics of the international relations in Asia and in the world.
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India, USA, China, Russia, BRICS, Shanghai Organization of Cooperation
Date of publication
01.11.2015
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