Foreign Policy Challenges Facing India's New Government
India's new government faces urgent foreign policy challenges, both in its region and with the rest of the world. The speaker will argue that, in addition to handling changing equations with global powers, managing relations with smaller neighbours is difficult and complex, especially given recent internal disturbances in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Equally important is finding a way to balance India's relations with Iran, Israel and the Arab world. Mr Sikri will argue that the time may be ripe for rethinking India's international relations strategies.
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