The Modi doctrine (Indian foreign affairs)

PM Modi has recast the Indian foreign affairs approach in his personal, energetic style. So far, so good.

The Modi doctrine (Indian foreign affairs)

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In August 2016, PM Modi summed up Indian foreign policy approach with the phrase "
India First”. This showed India's commitment to protect its strategic interests and a search for greater prosperity and development at home. The Modi doctrine is led by vision and implemented through delivery. The diplomatic engagements are being leveraged to advance domestic flagship programmes like Make in India, Digital India, Skill India or Smart Cities. A tight meshing of domestic and diplomatic goals is a hallmark of the Modi Doctrine. As per the External Affairs Minister, it has led not only to flagship programmes accessing greater technology, capital and best practices but also to a marked improvement in FDI  flows.
The first diplomatic move on its inauguration day by inviting leaders of neighbouring nations, was later expanded into a ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy that stresses cooperation, connectivity and greater people to people contacts. By visiting virtually all our neighbours himself, PM Modi has articulated a strong message of regional prosperity. The global order has not just become more multi-polar, but an overall loosening of relationships has happened and even countries that are formal allies are now hedging. Though the world as a whole is more globalised, distinct regional dynamics have also emerged. The arrival of a strongly nationalist Trump administration is the recent example. Read a comprehensive Bodhi on “Tectonics shifts in world politics” here As a result, effective diplomacy increasingly calls for simultaneously engaging competing powers. It is now an exercise to manage differences and expand areas of agreement. Consequently, remaining passive to international developments is no longer an option. Hence, the ideological baggage of Non Aligned Movement is now dumped, and India confidently engages other major powers.

An India aspiring to a greater global role must necessarily have a larger diplomatic footprint, either through more Embassies and a larger foreign service, or more immediately by broader and frequent engagements with other leaderships. The impact of a high-frequency global visit calendar has been dramatic on the world’s perception of India, as many earlier gaps were filled. Both bilaterally and multilaterally, many developments happened. The Indian Africa Summit was expanded from the earlier 17 nations to its full complement of 54. For the first time, a summit of Pacific Island states with India was held, not just in that region but in India as well. The BRICS meet (Goa) and the Heart of Asia Conference (Amritsar) continued the engagement. View many video analyses on world politics on Bodhi Shiksha channel In an era where global issues are talked about regularly, Indians representing one-sixth of humanity must do their utmost on challenges that will determine the future of our planet. India had a key role to play in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and also took the lead in creating the International Solar Alliance. To counter the menace of cross-border terrorism, India has unrelentingly put the spotlight on early conclusion of a Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism, though with stiff resistance from some big powers. Read our detailed Bodhi on Terrorism, here

The Indian diaspora wields considerable influence in many nations. Our country makes as much by services and remittances as it does by trade in Goods. The Modi Government has broken new ground in appreciating their contribution, enhancing their standing and protecting their interests. The government has tried to bring about a change in systemic attitudes towards them – whether it is in faster issue of passports at home, better consular responses abroad, or even in major evacuation operations like Yemen, Iraq, Libya or South Sudan. The completion of the Parliament building and the Salma dam in Afghanistan, the Duriappah stadium in Sri Lanka, the Petrapole integrated check point with Bangladesh or the Trauma center in Nepal are some notable milestones of Indian action abroad. Read our Bodhi on World politics and India’s strategic challenges

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The Modi doctrine (Indian foreign affairs)
PM Modi has recast the Indian foreign affairs approach in his personal, energetic style. So far, so good.
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