Relations with Bangladesh Central To India’s Regional Outlook
Situation assessment as on 01/04/2021 | Price: Rs 300/-
As New Delhi re-envisioned its foreign policy priorities with a shift to the Bay of Bengal, India-Bangladesh ties have emerged as central to that foreign policy vision. “From ‘Neighbourhood First’ to ‘Act East’, from connectivity to trade, from security to development, Dhaka’s centrality to India’s regional outlook is key not only for India realising its own interests but also for larger regional imperatives. The study examines PM Modi’s visit to Bangladesh and explains why this is so. Significantly, Modi is unlikely let his foreign policy be hijacked by domestic politics; that Agreement of Teesta river matters most to Bangladesh; that Bangladesh’s suggestion of India providing additional road connectivity to Nepal and rail to Bhutan is important.
Situation assessment for the week ended 01 April, 2021 (1,109 words)
Price: Rs 300/-
Date of SS: 01, April 2021