This annual exercise is a key manifestation of intra-Asian security networking and highlights growing synergy between the three friendly navies of Singapore, India and Thailand.
In this exclusive interview, Ruchikar Dalela, Country Head (Denmark), Tata Consultancy Services discusses the many synergies between India and Denmark and how combining the two will benefit not just India and Denmark, but also the world.
India and Europe are working on the blueprint of a new foreign policy structure. The Modi government seems to have decided to invest further in the relationship with the continent, and more specifically, particular countries within it.
With the balance of trade already tilted in its favour, India has the edge on bilateral ties with Italy. The latter’s struggle for growth and burgeoning debt also means it sees India as a crucial bilateral partner of the future.
The two countries are entering into a new phase of unprecedented but close bilateral relations while putting aside the hesitations of the past.
After much hesitation and debate, India finally invited Australia to join the Malabar naval exercise it conducts with the US and Japan. This is intended to send a strong signal to Beijing to stop bullying its neighbours and de-escalate the military crisis it has created in Ladakh.
India’s equation with Latin America is based squarely on economic diplomacy, which brings balance and stability to the bilateral relationship.
In this interview with ‘India Global Business’, Vivek Sarin, Executive Officer and Co-CEO, Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, touches upon the state’s contribution to India-US relations and what makes Indian businesses different from those in the US.
France has described India as its foremost strategic partner in Asia. Germany has included the word ‘Indo’ in its regional strategic doctrine for the first time. And India, Australia and France have held their first trilateral dialogue on enhancing cooperation in the Indo-Pacific. All these unrelated developments point to one geo-strategic conclusion: That the world’s big democracies are shoring up their defences against the new hegemon that is threatening the global order.
Reports of Indian students enrolled at UK universities struggling with fees and basic necessities amid the coronavirus lockdown could adversely impact the recent upward swing in Indians applying to study in the UK.