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Interested in Global affairs, Ancient world, trade.
Jul 10 22 tweets 4 min read
PM Modi concludes his 2 day visit to Russia. But this visit focused more on Economic Collaboration than on geopolitics, with no exceptional/hyped deals signed.

So what was the purpose of Modi's visit to Russia? What all did India achieve after this visit? All u need to know🧵 Image Modi landed in Russia on July 8th & was received by 🇷🇺 First Dy PM Denis Manturov, who is Sr to the Dy PM that received Chinese President Xi Jinping during his recent visit to Russia. This sends a strong signal about the importance Russia places on its relationship with India.
Jun 29 25 tweets 5 min read
India breathes a sigh of relief as it regains its strategic foothold in Sri Lanka, countering China's growing influence. FROM China's inroads into the island which India perceived it as a threat TO resurgence of India-SL ties, securing India's vital interests in the region. 🧵 Image India has ancient links with SL since the time of Ramayana, Ashoka, Lord Buddha. We are well connected with them. Coming to present day diplomacy in the 1990s-2000s Srilanka faced the LTTE group which demanded for a separate state, the Island faced a Brutal Civil War as well.
Jun 19 26 tweets 5 min read
Rishi Sunak, the 1st Indian-origin Hindu PM, sparked excitement but ending in disappointment for India.

Despite changes in Australia's leadership, India-Australia relations flourished. This thread explores Sunak's shortcomings and the enduring strength of India-Australia ties.
Both UK & Australia saw a change in the leadership. From Boris Johnson to Rishi Sunak. Australia however saw a shift from Scott Morrison to Anthony Albanese.

Both the Nations have assured to strengthen ties with India however only Australia continues the consistency. Here's how
Jun 13 21 tweets 5 min read
PM Modi, freshly sworn in for his 3rd term, he extended invitations to world leaders from the Indian Ocean Region for his oath-taking ceremony.

But Why these leaders? and what does it signal about India's strategic priorities. All U need to know in this🧵 @WellSaidGuru Image The Indian Ocean region has been an important trade arena. Approx 80% of the world's oil passes through here & India heavily depends on Indian Ocean for their Trade, Naval bases. India's increased military presence underscores New Delhi's efforts for a strategic approach.
Jun 2 26 tweets 5 min read
The world is shifting to a Multipolar landscape led by India, Arab nations, China and Russia. This thread highlights the strategic actions each is taking to promote their national interests globally.
@EbrahimHashem @saudrahman27 @RnaudBertrand @DrSJaishankar Image Post Russia - Ukraine war, we saw the US pressurizing many nations including India. But this time it was something different, none of them easily agreed with the US. We have seen videos of Dr Jaishankar openly slamming the Western world, also Europe is right now in recession.
May 24 25 tweets 5 min read
India & China face off in an economic Chess match, but this time it's not just the Govt making strategic moves. Indian corporates are stepping up to counter China's influence. This thread explains the importance of India Inc. @hvgoenka @WellSaidGuru @BesuraTaansane Image China has surrounded India also both sides have clashed several times- Doklam, Galwan, Tawang. Now India is making moves to capture global supply chains. The Govt can't do it alone, this is where Industrialists play a key role & why we need to support Adanis, Ambanis, Mittals etc Image
Apr 9 26 tweets 6 min read
Good news! However, Indians should temper their excitement. China's economy is approximately 6x larger than India's and dominates the global supply chain.

A thread on how #China dominates and will really #India overtake China🧵 1/25 @Kanthan2030
China's economy doubled from $8 Trillion in 2012 to $17.7 Trillion in 2021. In this phase India grew about 77% which is commendable. China is the world's Manufacturing superpower also the Nation's manufacturing wage is rising due to increased productivity. 2/25

Mar 23 21 tweets 4 min read
Move over Vietnam! #Malaysia is also emerging as the unsung hero of the US-China trade war! Discover how this SE Asian powerhouse is strategically positioning itself as THE supply chain hub, redefining the game and catching everyone off guard! 🧵 1/21 Image According to MIDF, the nation ranked 12th, specifically for the output of computer, electronic and optimal equipment. The manufacturing sector continued to remain resilient post-pandemic to increase it's share to 24% including the exports also continued to regain it's share. 2/21
Mar 9 25 tweets 5 min read
India has emphasized on "Re-globalization" & it has the advantage to be the next supply chain hub. The 🧵 includes
🔸️Govt initiatives
🔸️Trade policy
🔸️Why Dr Jaishankar is more required than PM Modi
🔸️Bilateral & other partnerships.
@WellSaidGuru @SirurS 1/25 Image India can be a key leader since it's heavily investing in Infrastructure, ramped up its focus on improving logistics with a 15-20% reduction in transport costs, the Logistics sector is expected to grow from $200 Billion to $320 Billion by 2025. Investments set to grow from 2/25
Mar 2 22 tweets 5 min read
India is currently engaging with the "Greater Europe" region. This time I'm not referring to London, Paris, Berlin or Rome but pertains to the Nordic-Baltic countries which highlights the significance & relevance of such interactions. 🧵 1/22
@YusufDFI @SirurS @WellSaidGuru
Nordic-Baltic investors are optimistic about India’s growth prospects.
India's growing economy is seeking investments from the Nordic-Baltic regions, recent data shows India's exports to the region are growing Simultaneously, Indian markets are opening up to N-B products 2/22 Image
Feb 24 21 tweets 4 min read
I wish to see a new trilateral partnership between India 🇮🇳 Greece 🇬🇷 Armenia 🇦🇲 which is imperative for regional cooperation. The 🧵 includes
🔸️Purpose of the trilateral
🔸️benefits of the trilateral
@oulosP @AtreiLeonidas @WellSaidGuru @SiddharthtSingh 1/21
🇬🇷 was one of the 1st countries to recognize the independence of 🇦🇲 & in 2023 🇬🇷 PM & 🇦🇲 PM held a meeting & showed solidarity with Armenia in Nagorno- Karabakh.
Armenia & Greece should consider a Strategic partnership. Since both nations show a great growth opportunity 2/21 Image
Feb 10 21 tweets 6 min read
🌎 witnessed US-China trade war, Russia Ukraine war where Europe is reducing reliance on trade with 🇷🇺. 2 countries & 1 region Gained with these conflicts. But has really the 🌎 witnessed decoupling of 🇺🇸 🇨🇳 trade & 🇷🇺 🇪🇺 trade?🧵 1/21
@SubramanianKri @sushantsareen @aparanjape
Due to the 🇺🇸 🇨🇳 trade war-"Mexico & Vietnam Gained". Here's how: Recent studies show 🇺🇸 purchases of Mexican and Vietnamese goods across 2017-2022 correlate strongly with a declining Chinese share of US imports. No of Foreign manufacturing firms in 🇨🇳 declined to 24%
Feb 3 22 tweets 6 min read
2 other regions exhibit 5-7% economic growth. Excluding 🇨🇳 from the discussion, the regions include the #MiddleEast (UAE & Saudi Arabia) and SE Asia (Vietnam) as a noteworthy eg.🧵 includes
1️⃣Economic reforms
2️⃣ Opportunities for 🇮🇳
3️⃣ Challenges & solutions
@saudrahman27 1/22

1️⃣Economic reforms:
🇸🇦-Saudi Govt has streamlined procedures, enhances electronic communication among entities, simplifying investor processes. The Govt announced $19.2 Billion to support private sector growth.
Goal: Increase private sector GDP contribution to 65% by 2030.
Jan 30 25 tweets 8 min read
PM Modi 2.0 is set to conclude, let us delve into certain initiatives introduced this decade which impacts in the Long run.
Thread focuses on:
🔸️Macroeconomics, Infra, markets
🔸️Ease of doing business.

Can't write beyond 25 but enjoy reading :)
1/25 Image The whole world is in recession post Covid, Wars, inflation etc. But India continues to grow at 7% beating the estimates as well. India was always growing since the past but recently the Growth has "Accelerated" at this stage due to the "Demand" for 🇮🇳
2/25 Image
Jan 26 22 tweets 6 min read
In the decade spanning 2014 to 2024, PM Modi has charted a significant course in 🇮🇳 foreign policy. His team's strategies have not only bolstered global relations but have also catapulted India to the forefront of international influence 1/21🧵
@SiddharthtSingh @BesuraTaansane Image The developments made were
🔸️Neighbourhood policy: focuses on India's immediate Neighbours. Under this key area focus was on Physical connectivity- massive investments made by 🇮🇳 in infrastructure are improving connectivity by road, water, rail, air, helped Srilanka.