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Modi’s New Foreign Policy Behavior: Transformations and Global Responses
Paper explores linkages between Indian domestic and foreign policy aspirations with the rise of BJP government since 2014. Modi’s hyper-active approach to expand domestic manufacturing capabilities and to achieve self-sufficiency in economic and military domains has limited scope due to unavailability of required infrastructure and technological skills. Paper also aims to examine shifting allegiances in Indian foreign policy behavior and global responses on this transitional move. The study is supported by process tracing method as a tool for analysis that makes easy to understand issues in Modi’s aspiration to achieve global power status. Modi’s domestic and foreign policies are not aligning to each other that may not produce desired objectives. At the same time, existing global powers do not find India an immediate potential challenger at regional or global level.
PhD Scholar, Department of International Relations, National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan, Lecturer International Relations at Women University Bagh AJ&K, Pakistan
Dr. Lubna Abid Ali
Dean, Faculty of Contemporary Studies (FCS), National Defence University (NDU) Islamabad, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Imran Ashraf
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Indian Foreign Policy, Modi, Global Responses, Foreign Policy Behavior.