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In the last seven decades since independence, successive prime ministers have ushered in changes in India’s foreign policy in response to shifting global geopolitical dynamics, aggregating transformation in bilateral relations. This overview places the past against the changes being brought in by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a more forceful foreign policy practitioner than his predecessors
The implementation of the award by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague, on the interpretation of the UNCLOS in a case that pitted the Philippines against China in a dispute over the South China Sea is going to be a test for the primacy of international law. This speech was originally made at Christ University, Bengaluru on 27 September, as part of a 'National Seminar on the Formulation of Treaties'.
Mumbai presents a melting pot scenario, one to which different communities lend its own distinct flavour, and to which three different sets of laws have contributed. This article assesses how the city’s migratory patterns are reflected in its housing laws, company and industrial laws, and those related to organised crime.
Manjeet Kripalani, Executive Director, Gateway House, delivered a speech at the Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) India Leadership Forum, in Hyderabad on 13 August 2016.
General (retd.) V.K. Singh, Minister of State of External Affairs, India, delivered the closing keynote address at India’s first Gateway of India Dialogue conference in Mumbai, organised in association with the Ministry of External Affairs. Singh's speech discussed India's changing geopolitical position and the role it seeks to play in the world in order to achieve its goals.
Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State for Home Affairs, delivered the keynote speech during the Evening Dialogue on Cybersecurity and Terrorism at the Gateway of India Dialogue held in Mumbai last June, organised in cooperation with the Ministry of External Affairs. The speech outlined the relationship between cybersecurity and terrorism, counter-measures already put in place by the Indian Government, and areas for improvement and progress in the future.
Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas, delivered the keynote during the Power Dialogue on The Geopolitics of New Energy at India’s first Gateway of India Dialogue conference in Mumbai, organised in association with the Ministry of External Affairs. Pradhan's speech discussed the changing trends of energy in the world and how India was positioning itself to have the advantage.
U.K. Sinha, Chairman of the Securities And Exchange Board Of India, delivered the keynote during the Breakfast Dialogue on The Politics of Global Capital at India’s first Gateway of India Dialogue conference in Mumbai, organised in association with the Ministry of External Affairs. Sinha's speech discussed the changing politics of global capital with the rise of new economies.
Dr. S. Jaishankar, India's Foreign Secretary, delivered the keynote address at the inaugural Gateway of India Dialogue conference in Mumbai, organised in association with the Ministry of External Affairs. Jaishankar's speech took the attendees around the world as he detailed how India is aligning its business and strategic goals.