India’s underpowered foreign policy
Narendra Modi government needs to work with several other constituents, including state governments, corporate sector, think tanks and civil society
At the end of its second year in office, the foreign policy performance of the Narendra Modi government resembles that of a gleaming Ferrari powered by a frugal Ambassador engine. Despite the best efforts of its impatient driver and his eager team instead of racing from victory to victory, it is spluttering to reach its next destination. This is on account of several systemic factors.