New paradigm in Indian foreign policy: Modi principle
Author(s): Ajay Kumar
The above research discusses changes in Indian foreign policy and has many aspects in terms of stability. New developments in Indian foreign policy in general also came in the context of new developments in global politics such as The Brexit Events, Donald Trump's Victory, and growing opposition to globalization around the world. After the formation of a government inspired by nationalist ideals, discussions began to establish new concepts and criteria in foreign policy in the academic field. How our domestic politics has influenced India's foreign policy towards West Asia has also been mentioned. Under which strengthening Israeli relations on the Palestinian issue at the United Nations. Similar dimensions like make in India a cultural diplomacy space diplomacy and desire to become superpower are discussed. In addition, elements such as prioritizing BIMSTEC on the option of an organization like SAARC in the South Asia continent reflect a realistic and social structural approach in Indian foreign policy.