#June 2017, #The Americas
The US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord will not have much impact on the fight against global warming as India and others take the lead in embracing renewable energy.
Just as US President Donald Trump’s repudiation of the Trans Pacific Partnership provided Chinese President Xi Jinping the opportunity to present himself as the prime defender of the globalised trading order, the US walkout of the Paris Climate Pact has presented Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi the rare chance of presenting India as the leader of the global fight against climate change.
#2016, #Yearend 2016, #World View
A leading Indian diplomat based in Africa shares his views on why the continent is important to India.
Any observer of Indian foreign and strategic policy may well raise the question: Why Africa? Why should a developing country like India expend its limited political, diplomatic, human and financial resources on Africa when there are myriad problems to be resolved within the country. Moreover, given India’s limited resources spent primarily cultivating the P-5 and other great powers like Germany and Japan, our immediate neighbourhood (SAARC, ASEAN, CIS) and on crucial multilateral systems like the UN, why should the country’s initiatives be spread thinly across the 54 countries that make up continental Africa.
#May/June 2016, #2016, #Global Indians
The Indian Diaspora has been at the forefront of some of the key posts around the world. ‘India Global Business’ takes a look at the government and ministerial posts occupied by prominent Indian voices in this series which tracks Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Lok Doots”.
#March/April 2016, #2016, #EU
Cooperation between the Indian and German SME sectors can transform economic relations and overall ties between the two countries, Indian ambassador to Germany Gurjit Singh tells ‘India Global Business’ in this exclusive interview.
#March/April 2016, #Year, #2016, #EU
, Narendra Modi
, Digital India
, David Cameron
, Make in India
, Angela Merkel
Brussels will have to walk the extra mile to improve relations with India but it is in the strategic interest of both to do so argues India Inc. Consulting Editor Arnab Mitra.