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The principal task of India’s foreign policy is to enable the domestic transformation of India. And by this we mean making possible the transformation of India’s economy and society while promoting our values of pluralism, democracy and secularism. This requires us to work for a supportive external environment that is peaceful, thus enabling us to concentrate on our growth and development. Our foreign policy seeks security and support from the international community as we build and transform our society and economy. In the sixty years since its foundation, our foreign policy has evolved. It has adjusted to meet new challenges and unprecedented crisis situations, as well as risen to meet the needs of intensified economic engagement with the world an engagement that is designed to meet the needs of an increased inflow of capital, technology, ideas and innovations for our development and for our re-emergence as one of the world’s leading economies.
The extraordinary changes of the last two decades are fundamentally transforming India’s economy and society. The consistent high economic growth in this period has not only helped to empower a large number of our citizens but has also led to increased engagement of India with the outside world.
The Indian government’s principal success in the realm of foreign policy and national security in the past year has been its ability to keep its interlocutors on tenterhooks. The unpredictability of a nation whose responses had become all too easy to predict over the last few decades is generating a new sense of expectation among its interlocutors. From Pakistan to the United States, from Africa to ASEAN, there is now an expectation that the new dispensation in New Delhi means business and there cannot be business as usual with the Modi government. This sense of drive and purpose is what India had been lacking in the recent past.
Paper Presentation Topics
* Foreign Policy Challenges and Opportunities
* India’s policy toward East Asia and China
* India Vs BRICS foreign Policy
* India Vs US and UK policy
* India and the emerging global economy
* India and the OPEC Countries
* India and European Union Foreign Policies
* Opportunities for expanding relationships
* Changing role of governance in India in the 21st century
* Pakistan and India: Challenges Ahead
* India and the World: Issues and Opportunities
* Policy Changes of Modi Government
* Foreign Policy towards tourism, terrorism and etc
* Foreign Investment, Trade and Commerce
Dr. Md. Shah Alam
Department of Accounting and Information
Systems, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Dr Desti Kannaiah
School of Business
James Cook University, Singapore.
Dr. J. Sadakkadulla,
Former Regional Director,
Reserve Bank of India.
The accommodation facility (Boarding & Lodging) will be arranged within the campus at a nominal rate (Approximately Rs.200/- per day). Prior request from the participant is required for accommodation.
How to reach Kongu Engineering College, Erode
The college is situated at Perundurai on the National Highway (NH 47) about 80 km from Coimbatore and 17 km from Erode. It is well connected by air, road and rail.
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