Although the Indo-Pakistan foreign secretary talks did not grab all the headlines, bilateral relations have seen notable developments. The former single-minded approach to discuss terrorism was modified, in turn allowing both nations to progress in terms of friendly and nuclear confidence building measures.
JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR
Shastri Ramachandaran is a veteran journalist specializing in foreign affairs and geopolitics. In his time as a journalist in India, he has held the position of Editor at the Sunday Mail and that of Senior Editor with the Times of India and The Tribune. Furthermore, with his experience as a Senior Editor with the China Daily and the Global Times in Beijing, he has developed as a specialist on Asian foreign policy. Besides being a journalist, Mr. Ramachandaran has also established himself as an author by publishing various papers and editing books, such as, “State of Nepal”. Disclaimer: External experts are not affiliated with Gateway House and have been presented here for reference only.
Geopolitics, Indo-China Relations, South Asia
Last modified: August 18, 2017