Modi’s foreign policy

April 20 2014

Modi will keep an eye on his colleagues in the Cabinet. Also on his priority will be foreign issues regarding the country. As a prime minister, Modi’s day will begin with an important meeting with six-seven people in the morning of which the chiefs of IB, RAW, NIA, the heads of all three forces and advisor on national security may be present. While on one hand Modi will stress upon having good bilateral ties with China, a clear change will be seen in India’s foreign policy with the US. India’s attitude towards the US may be a little strained but many US-supporting economists may get a place in Modi’s kitchen-Cabinet. Reserve Bank of India’s Raghuram Rajan might play a significant role here. Relations with Pakistan will also be a tad strained and the country might get it back when the time comes.

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