India’s Modi Struggles to Match Success Abroad With Domestic Reforms

India’s Modi Struggles to Match Success Abroad With Domestic Reforms
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is received by the Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Massimov, Astana International Airport, Kazakhstan, July 7, 2015 (photo from the office of the Indian Prime Minister).

There has been no shortage of buzz about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s activist foreign policy since he took office in May 2014. He has visited a number of countries in India’s immediate neighborhood, expanding India’s “Look East” policy by looking north to Central Asia. He has boosted ties in Europe, traveling to France, Germany and Russia; and the Middle East, hosting Gulf leaders in New Delhi; in addition to visits for bilateral meetings and multilateral summits from Australia and Japan to Brazil and the United States. All in all, he has brought renewed vigor to India’s foreign policy concerns […]

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