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Nitin A Gokhale Blog - DSA's Executive Editor

Put Policy Framework in Place to Support Make in Inida in Defence

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When the 10th edition of the biennial, five-day Aero India held in Bangalore event, easily Asia’s biggest air show, ended on 22nd February 2015, two distinct takeaways were evident.



Grand Plans Need Proper Implementation

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For the Narendra Modi government, the new year has begun on a superlative note. A highly successful visit of US President Barack Obama, was just the start the Modi government was looking for in its diplomatic engagements. For the Prime Minister, it was a personal triumph. In fact his 15-minute ‘chai pe charcha’ with Obama on the lawns of Hyderabad House is believed to have removed the last vestiges of a potential blockade in operationalising the six year old civil nuclear deal, taking the Indo-US relations to a more fruitful stage.


Geostrategic Calculus

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If 2014 was the year of change in India, 2015 will have to be the period of consolidation for the country’s security and strategic policies. Prime Minister Narendra Modi stormed Delhi and subsequently the international arena in 2014 propelling India once again to the centre stage in world affairs. For anyone who expected radical – and dare I say drastic – changes to India’s military and diplomatic policies after Modi took office, his initial months may seem mildly disappointing. What the Prime Minister has however done, is restore the authority of his office and bring in a sense of decisiveness in governance that was sorely missing in UPA II.


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