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Professor M.D. Nalapat, Manipal University, comments on whether Prime Minister Modi and President Obama will go beyond tough rhetoric and take some form of action to place pressure on Pakistan to act against the anti-India terrorist outfits in Pakistan.
M.D. Nalapat, Director of Geopolitics at Manipal University, comments on whether U.S. President Obama's upcoming visit to India will be largely symbolic or significant.
M.D. Nalapat, Director of Geopolitics, Manipal University, outlines a framework by which India can maintain strong relations with both the U.S. and China and secure its own vital interests.
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit India as the chief guest for the Republic day celebration on 26 January and for a bilateral summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. M.D. Nalapat, Director of Geopolitics at Manipal University, outlines the key deliverables from both India and the U.S. to ensure that the summit is a success.
Ambassador R. Viswanathan, Distinguished Fellow, Latin America Studies Programme, Gateway House, identifies the overarching trend in all the 2014 elections in South America and what they mean for the region going forward.
Ambassador Navdeep Suri explains why its ever-more important for diplomats and governments to be present and active on social media, as terrorist organisations such as the Islamic State use the digital media to disseminate their propaganda.
What has been the change in perception of India with the coming of the center-right government under Narendra Modi. Ambassador Viswanathan, Distinguished Fellow, Latin American Studies provides the 2015 expectations with special reference to Latin America
Rajni Bakshi, Gandhi Peace Fellow, Gateway House, sits down with Milan Vaishnav, Associate, South Asia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, to discuss how U.S.-India relations have progressed since PM Modi took office and what to expect during President Obama's visit to India as the chief guest for Republic Day.
Diplomats and world leaders across the world are increasing their presence on social media platforms—more than 68% of world leaders are now on social media. However, the private nature and protocol of diplomacy means there are certain constraints that diplomats face. Ambassador Navdeep Suri outlines what some of these constraints are and how they may inhibit diplomats from using public platforms to speak freely