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A NORMATIVE ANALYSIS TO UNDERSTAND THE RUSSIA-INDIA STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FROM 1991 ONWARDS.

    1 Author(s):  SUCHETA RAJKHOWA

Vol -  11, Issue- 10 ,         Page(s) : 37 - 42  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Taking cognizance of the ideational and social elements governing the relation existing between the two entities of the Republic of India and the Russian Federation we undertake a research undertaking to understand the foreign policy orientation of the two parties involved. We have attempted a literature review to interpret the implicit elements which characterize the multidimensional relations between India and Russia. As the leaders in New Delhi have expressed the aspiration to be perceived as a major regional power in the Eurasian region we understand that India has a special relation with the Russian Federation which can be specified as a ‘Strategic Partnership’. Set against the current backdrop of globalization it is apt that during the recent times of the global Covid-19 pandemic India needs to navigate a way around the current period of crisis. As the world of Realism theoretical literature does not serve India’s foreign policy considerations it is of great importance that during these times of Complex Interdependence the world is not perceived as comprised of being solely reduced to a military zero sum game however social and political ideational constructs are well taken into mind.

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