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Home > Publications > PISM Bulletin > Indian Foreign Policy after the General Elections: Change and Continuity

Indian Foreign Policy after the General Elections: Change and Continuity

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14 May 2014
Patryk Kugiel
no. 65 (660)

The results of the general election in India, to be announced on 16 May, are likely to bring a change in government in Delhi but should not entail major shifts in the country’s foreign policy. Although the probable winner, BJP, sounds more confrontational and divisive on some foreign relations issues (such as Pakistan and nuclear policy), it will need to maintain stable relations with its neighbours and engage world powers in order to revive Indian economic growth. The EU and Poland should capitalise on the more business-friendly policy of the new government to strengthen economic cooperation with India.

 


 
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