Impact of Modi's third term: A look at global diplomatic ambitions

Impact of Modi's third term: A look at global diplomatic ambitions

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India also has strong relations with European countries.

With France, he hopes to pursue billions of dollars worth of deals, including the sale of Rafale fighter jets and Scorpene-class submarines.
China

Relations between the world's two most populous countries deteriorated in 2020 when their troops engaged in a deadly high-altitude clash along their 3,500-kilometer (2,200-mile) border.

Thousands of troops from the nuclear-armed Asian giants are eyeing each other. Territorial claims remain an ever-present source of tension.

Modi's right-wing government has spent billions of dollars building infrastructure along the border and increased military spending by 13 percent last year – but that is still barely a quarter of China's spending.

Despite their rivalry, China is India's second largest trading partner.
Russia

New Delhi and Moscow have ties dating back to the Cold War era and Russia remains India’s biggest arms supplier.

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