Multialignment and Indian Foreign Policy under Narendra Modi

@article{Hall2016MultialignmentAI,
  title={Multialignment and Indian Foreign Policy under Narendra Modi},
  author={Ian Hall},
  journal={The Round Table},
  year={2016},
  volume={105},
  pages={271 - 286}
}
  • Ian Hall
  • Published 3 May 2016
  • Political Science
  • The Round Table
Abstract This article examines India’s emerging approach to foreign policy: multialignment. It argues that since the mid-2000s India has developed multialignment as a means of achieving what it perceives as its core interests and ideals in international relations. Characterised by an emphasis on engagement in regional multilateral institutions, the use of strategic partnerships, and what is termed ‘normative hedging’, multialignment is being utilised to boost India’s economic development and… 

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