China had opposed the decision to give a waiver to India in 2008, but had not taken a public stand, says former foreign secretary Shyam Saran. The post China blocks India’s NSG entry, but we must maintain diplomatic aggression, says Shyam Saran appeared ... First Post.com, 3 days ago
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The compelling logic of Indo-US partnership in a complex and uncertain world will endureBusiness Standard, 2 weeks ago Modi should do more to improve economic ties with US Today Online, 1 week ago India needs stronger economic and military ties with US Economic Times, 1 week ago Butter Before Guns, Mr. Modi Bloomberg View, 1 week ago
The government's initial promise and energy seems to have dissipated, says Shyam Saran. Disappointed expectations threaten to cast a shadow over the Modi government as it completes two years in office. This is a pity, because even those who were not enamoured of his politics wanted Narendra Modi to succeed for India's sake. His reputation for decisive leadership and for getting things done, his modern temperament and public embrace of economic reforms and liberalisation, combined with the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Shyam Saran: Mr Modi's mixed record Business Standard, 1 month ago
This was stated byformer foreign secretary ofIndia Shyam Saran, who, duringhis stint inthe Foreign Office, pushed througha civilian nuclear agreement withthe US toestablish a US-led system ofglobal trade that challenges the sovereignty ofnations. ...Sputnik, 1 month ago Cultural diplomacy: Leveraging India's soft power South Asia Monitor, 2 months ago Much of Indo-Pak diplomacy is cultural diplomacy: Saran Press Trust of India, 2 months ago PTI - SARAN - Much of Indo-Pak diplomacy is cultural diplomacy: Saran Namibia Press Agency, 2 months ago
We should be honest enough to acknowledge our strategic partnership with the US may be valuable, but has clearly defined limits Shyam Saran April 14, 2016 Last Updated at 21:50 IST US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has concluded his visit to India on a high ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
China in trying to continue its "hegemony" in the region can create hurdles in diplomatic ties, former Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran said here on Thursday."The balance of power is vital for this region... Traditionally China has been at the top, but today if ...Prokerala, 4 days ago Chinas attempt to maintain hegemony can creates hurdles: Shyam Saran Nerve, 4 days ago China in the Indian Ocean South Asia Analysis Group, 2 months ago
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Apprehension that with China's backing, Kathmandu will backtrack from compromises reached with its own people is outrageous, to say the least May 1, 2016- India's former ambassador to Nepal and Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran's article titled ...Kathmandu Post, 1 month ago
Chhapra: To give boost to the 'Smart City' project of Union government, two district transport officers (DTOs) from Bihar will be sent abroad to study and learn traffic management system and explore possibilities to adopt the same in the state. ...Times of India, 8 hours ago
India's failure to gain admission to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) at its Seoul session is a setback only because the Government of India (GoI) staked so much on it. Had New Delhi not made it such a big prestige issue to impress that it can have ...DNA India, 23 hours ago 'Not the end of the road, continue efforts' New Indian Express, 3 days ago NSG bid: With 4 of 5 UNSC members backing, it's not really a dead end for India's diplomacy International Business Times India, 3 days ago India's NSG bid may not succeed, but efforts need to continue South Asia Monitor, 3 days ago
We Indians are congenially unconnected, inward-looking people. We remain so complacently confident about our own old civilisation and its resilience that we rarely are able to configure the forces to work at the global level. That explains the ...Chandigarh Tribune, 2 days ago
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