India: A Stronger Country with Stronger Relationships

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Since becoming prime minister in 2014, Narendra Modi has pursued a more prominent and active role for India on the world stage in a bid to increase India’s international prestige. By shifting away from India’s longstanding policy of nonalignment, Modi has forged new partnerships that he hopes will benefit the country’s security and involvement in global affairs. The Cipher Brief spoke with Tanvi Madan, Director of the India Project at the Brookings Institution to learn more about Modi’s foreign policy strategy and his goals for India.

The Cipher Brief: What goals does Prime Minister Narendra Modi have in mind for India’s foreign policy?

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