INDIA'S FOREIGN POLICY CHALLENGES 2021

Dr. Vinay P. Raut

Abstract


The Covid – 19 pandemic has hastened global political and economical balance which has been in progress since long. Even in the pandemic situation new power equations has been emerging to attain the Super Power status, where one can observe the west’s unity been fractured on the stability of international relations and also its struggle to find answers to its external and domestic problems, where on other hand one can see China’s confidence to be doubled taking advantage of the panic in the west and making inroads.

 

The new challenges for Indian foreign policymakers will be a bit complex by going through the process of adjusting the resent realities and hunting for new opportunities which will aid in its rise. Since 2020 China have a major impact on India forcing India’s uncertainty in engaging with the Quad, interpreting the analysts of China and Russia developments as a definite tilt in the Indian policy towards the United States. India with its ambition vision for Indian Ocean, is positioning in the Great Power game that is upcoming in the region of great strategic importance.      


Keywords


India, Geopolitical Challenges, Pandemic, Economy, Foreign Policy 

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