This week marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Nations Monetary Conference held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.
There is a growing debate between London and New Delhi on their roles in the Indo-Pacific and how the two can work together in the region.
After decades of ignoring it, New Delhi now believes that a rejuvenated Commonwealth could lend greater depth to India’s global outreach.
As a rising power, India recognizes the Commonwealth as a valuable forum for it to redefine itself on the global stage. The Commonwealth has much to gain from India’s engagement as well.
As India hosts Charles, the Prince of Wales, New Delhi and London have an opportunity to think afresh about the future of the Commonwealth.
Participants discussed strengthening maritime collaboration between India and the UK.
The 2017 United Kingdom parliamentary election ended in a hung parliament after the Conservative Party failed to retain its majority.
As one of the world’s largest economies with an expeditionary military tradition and deep resources of soft power, Britain can be a productive and long-term partner for a rising India.
A new joint statement heralds the beginning of a new phase in the regional engagement between India and Britain.
Delhi’s new approach to defense diplomacy came out clearly in the comprehensive joint security agenda set by Modi and Cameron.