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“I am a very optimistic man and only an optimistic man can bring optimism in the country.” This emphatic statement from Narendra Modi, India’s 15th Prime Minister, has infused a sense of enthusiasm among his countrymen, who believe that India is headed for a “positive change”. But what change will the country’s first-ever non-Congress-party, non-coalition government bring in India’s foreign policy? Will it be continuity rather than change? Or will there be far-reaching transformation in the depth and direction of the nation’s foreign policy? Our Cover Story brings together a highly distinguished and well-regarded panel of scholars and experts from across the globe to understand perspectives on India’s foreign relations and recommend immediate and future foreign policy changes. Global Centre Stage finds that like elections in India, democracy and unity emerged victorious in the recently-concluded elections in two different parts of the world – Ukraine and Iraq. We establish the link between President Obama’s recent Asia visit and the St Petersburg International Economic Forum – a strong desire to build trust in an era of dynamic change – even as the monarchies of the Gulf Cooperation Council attempt a radical change of vision and pursue ‘unity in diversity’. Africa Diary heralds the arrival of Nigeria as an economic powerhouse on the world stage in the World Economic Forum on Africa. Perspective forges a comprehensive understanding of America’s strategy towards Asia, while Legal Forum uncovers the serious issue of money laundering. Our insightful array of supplements and special reports bear testimony to the strength and substance of India’s foreign policy. Happy Reading!

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