Indian foreign minister Dr. S Jaishankar's visit to Doha could translate into heightened engagements on trade, investments and security as the already existing ties have received a fresh boost.
Dr S Jaishankar, Indian minister of foreign affairs, underscores scope for collaboration and the positive impact of the Abraham Accord during a crucial visit to the UAE and Bahrain.
As the international community grapples with a turbulent global landscape, New Delhi and Washington have successfully overcome the “hesitations of history” to forge a close alliance in dealing with new geopolitical realities – from China to Afghanistan and beyond.
The Indian External Affairs Minister’s recent visit to Tunisia highlights India’s commitment to engaging with both larger and smaller economies of Africa alike. Highlights: In the last five years, Indian leaders have paid 29 visits to African countries to expand Indian presence and counter China’s dominance in the continent. Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar’s visit to Tunisia shows that India recognises the latter’s repeated support. India wants to present itself as a more empathetic soft power and an ally on whom [...]
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Council of Ministers signals both continuity and change. The most important changes in the so-called Modi 2.0 Cabinet were the induction of BJP President Amit Shah as Home Minister and the appointment of former Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar as External Affairs Minister. But from the perspective of foreign investors, the appointments of Nirmala Sitharaman as Finance Minister, Piyush Goyal as Commerce Minister (in addition to his old charge of the Railways Ministry) and Nitin Gadkari [...]