The writer is with Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations, Mumbai
Rajiv Bhatia writes: Grouping has to fulfil past commitments. Onus is on US to prove that Afghan experience has strengthened its resolve to defend its interests in the Indo-Pacific
What is of immediate impact is the robust engagement of corporate, mostly big-tech, America. Google, Microsoft, Apple and others are coming forward to commit their resources.
Increasing women’s participation in workforce, liberalising internal and external trade, and making micro lending accessible can help boost growth.
In its recent itineration, the Quad (or the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue) has been toiling since 2017, through deliberations among mid-level and senior officials, to develop a common vision for the challenges facing the Indo-Pacific region, challenges caused by China's menacing rise and aggressive behaviour.
PMs historic visit should be tempered with pragmatism
Indias policy needs to evolve,factoring in the emerging realignments
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