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India Adds the Might of Millets in its Foreign Policy

India Adds the Might of Millets in its Foreign Policy

2023 is being celebrated as the International Year of Millets.  As the celebrations reach almost the middle of the year, India leads the way in promoting millets across the world. This article tries to understand the significance of millets for international issues, India’s role in the declaration of 2023 as the International Year of Millets, its diplomatic efforts to situate millets as a soft power tool of its foreign policy, the challenges ahead of potential millet revolution and possible solutions.
Indian Foreign Policy: Constants and changing contours in the Anthropocene

Indian Foreign Policy: Constants and changing contours in the Anthropocene

Our last speaker for the last day of the three-day online certification training course on India’s G20 Presidency and Contours of Indian Foreign Policy organised by #IMPRI Centre for International Relation and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi programme was Mr Sanjay Chaturvedi delivered his presentation on Indian Foreign Policy: Constants and changing contours in the Anthropocene.
Erdogan's Return: Potential Partnership With New Delhi?

Erdogan’s Return: Potential Partnership with New Delhi?

From all estimates and analyses it is abundantly clear that President Recep Tayep Erdogan was able to successfully overcome his detractors, his administration’s failures especially in dealing with the worst earthquakes and relief coordination and accusations of democracy deficit and indulgence in autocracy let alone the economic crisis and ultra-Islamism.
India's Foreign policy in the context of NATO's Expanding Reach

India’s Foreign Policy in the Context of NATO’s Expanding Reach

In a move that will have a significant bearing on the evolving global order, Finland on Tuesday joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as its 31st member. Finnish president Sauli Niinisto suggested it was “a great day for Finland” and NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg called it a proud day for him and the alliance.