What's New :
History Foundation 2022 (Batch - 6): Batch will be started from 10th December, 2021
Public Administration Foundation 2022 (Batch - 7), New Batch will be started from 13th December, 2021
Political Science Foundation 2022 (Batch-4), Batch will be started from 09th Dec, 2021
IAS Foundation 2023-24: New Batch will be started from 14th December, 2021

India’s neighbourhood policy

  • Category
    World Affairs
  • Published
    13th Dec, 2018

In the last few years, Indian government is seen to make the change from playing big brother in the neighbourhood to a more genial and avuncular version of its previous self.

Issue

Context:

In the last few years, Indian government is seen to make the change from playing big brother in the neighbourhood to a more genial and avuncular version of its previous self.

Background:

Almost four years after Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his term with a “Neighbourhood First” moment, by inviting leaders of all South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries to his swearing-in ceremony, India’s neighbourhood policy is clearly adrift. New Delhi’s connect with its South Asian neighbours is weaker than it has been for a very long time.

It is argued that India is sliding towards a situation where it is neither feared nor loved by other South Asian countries.

You must be logged in to get greater insights.
Enquire Now