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Assessing indo-us relations in the Modi’s administration: emergence of a new strategic partnership

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Mukti Sahu
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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This current paper is an attempt to explore & makes an assessment of the new dimensions of Indo-US foreign policy and to advocate India’s influential role in international politics under the Prime Ministership of Narendra Modi. However, since 2014, after perceiving official designation, Modi vehemently has sought to transform India’s queries to be an outstanding global leader in terms of versatility and by profound active initiatives. As yet, the reform of Indian foreign policy ground-work after Nehru is extensively based on Modified doctrine to project and make India’s foreign policy as a superlative. The orientation of ‘political capital’ is as much as a new paradigm to bridge with other foreign countries under the Narendra Modi. Similarly, the Indo-US proximity is much finest to address and underling the various understanding in between their foreign relations. From day one of Modi’s administration, continual reflection during the Indo-US connectivity has deeply relied on Modi’s diplomatic strategy to adhere to Obama and Trump administration. In the march of new foreign policy engineering with superpower USA, India could turn to be more effective after taking some emerging trends which is more effective in bolstering Indo-US strategic partnership. It can be acknowledged that the new multi-dimensional order and institutional reaching in between Indo-US joint-ship outline some recent developmental foreshadow that make congruence strategic partnership unilaterally. In the sphere of the political handshake between USA and India, Forward together we go, strategic improvement of the knot, tour for digital transformation, declaration of major defence partnership, 2+2 dialogue initiatives, prosperity through partnership, Mega event of Howdy Modi and Namaste Trump are some of the space for opportunity to visualize a new strategic road in between the world largest and oldest democracy. Nevertheless, the past decade of India’s civil nuclear deal with US made much premium the widespread possibilities for consolidation and guaranteed ties between Indo-US partnerships in the long race. However, Modi's understands of power and interests on account of bilateral and multilateral agreements with US counterparts underscore the changing outlook of Indian foreign policy. In this paper, the author tries to examine the trajectory of Indo-US relations and its connotations to the international environment.

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