Foreign relations of India

Foreign relation of India India


 The republic of India is the world's most populous electoral democracy and one of the fastest growing economy in the world. It is India's growing international influence that increasingly give it a more prominent voice in global affairs .

India has a long history of collaboration with several countries and is considered a leader of developing countries world. India is the one of the founding members of successful international organisation .

Most notably and most important is the the United nation's the non aligned movement, Asian development Bank , G20 industrial Nations. India also play and important and definable role in other international organisation like east asia summit, World Trade Organisation ,International Monetary Fund that is also called IMF .   India is currently seeking a permanent seat in UN security council along with the G4 national that are called Brazil ,Germany India and Japan . India is a part of regional organisation alike SAARC and BIMSTEC .INDIA IS ALSO THE SECOND LARGEST CONTRIBUTOR WITH 6608 PERSONNEL DEPLOYED IN 9 OUT OF 14 ACTIVE UN PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS .

History of India's diplomatic relation after independence ,

even before independence the government of British India maintained semi-autonomous diplomatic relations . it send and receive full diplomatic missions and was a founder member of both the league of lessons and the United Nations. After India successfully gained independence from British government in 1947 it as soon as joint the commonwealth of Nations and strongly supported independence movements in other colonies of British  and Germany. India also supported freedom movement of Indonesian national revolution. 

During the cold war India adopted foreign policy of non aligned movement with some developing Nations like Brazil and South Africa and didn't keep itself with any major bloc. However due to some Needs India developed closed eyes with the Soviet Union and received extensive military support from it. 
The end of cold war significantly affected India's foreign policy as it did for much of the world the country now try to strengthen it's diplomatic and economic ties with the United State the people's Republic of China, the European Union, Japan ,Israel ,Mexico ,and Brazil , India has also get closed eyes with the member states of Asian African Union the Arab League and the Iran . India continues to have a military relationship with Russia Israel has emerged as India's second largest military partner while India has built a strong strategic partnership with a country  of their convergence of views on a range of international issues apart from a close and growing bilateral relationship with the United States .
The Indo us civilian nuclear agreement signed and implemented in 2008 in Manmohan Singh government highlighted the growing relationship of Indo American relations . India's foreign policy has always regarded the concept of neighbourhood first as one of the winding constant circles around a central axis of left historical and cultural community that guiding principle of India's foreign policy have been founded on panchsheel, pragmatism and pursuit of national interest in a period of rapid And counting change and policy must be capable of responding to new challenges and opportunities . It must be an integral part of a larger effort of building the lessons capabilities through economic development strengthening in social fabric and well-being of people and protecting India's sovereignty and territorial integrity . India's foreign policy is a forward-looking judgement with the rest of the world based on a rigorous, realistic and contemporary assessment of of the bilateral regional and global jio political and economic miliu you as many as 31 million as on 2018 role of indian foreign policy has been to ensure their welfare and wellbeing within the framework of the laws of country where the live .

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Till 2000 India is the one of the most dominating country in Indo Pacific region but after 2000 China's economic growth rate new head of Indian GDP growth rate and suddenly China came into the picture and from domination of South China sea China slowly coming towards Indo Pacific region the mouthpiece of Chinese government that is global times never post or right word like Indo Pacific region they always use Asia Pacific region .even us and other Western countries also called this reason indo-pacific region but due to some reasons of China's personal beneficiaries and ego dominance in whose reason did not make China except the Indian dominance in Indian ocean .
China never speak  the term Indo Pacific Ocean at any international meetings or never include the word indo-pacific region in any report aur legal procedure at United national .

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