Uzair talks to Pramit Pal Chaudhuri about domestic and foreign policy developments in India. The conversation focuses on state elections in the country, Yogi’s bid to become a national leader, India’s relations with China and Russia, and Modi’s outreach to Nawaz.
Pramit Pal Chaudhuri is Foreign Editor of the Hindustan Times and a Distinguished Fellow, Ananta Aspen Centre, and Foreign Editor of the Hindustan Times, the primary newspaper of the Indian capital New Delhi.
Among India’s most prominent commentators on the country’s political and economic relations with the rest of the world, Mr. Pal Chaudhuri combines this with extensive insight into the intricacies of the domestic situation in India.
1:35 State elections in India
12:30 Modi v. Yogi
20:46 India’s emerging foreign policy
28:55 Relations with China
33:36 India’s relations with the Middle East
36:10 Relations with Russia
43:50 Delhi’s view of Pakistan
53:36 Reading recommendations
The New BJP: Modi and the Making of the World’s Largest Political Party by Nalin Mehta
The India Way: Strategies for an Uncertain World by Dr. S. Jaishankar