Paris Summit: India’s ‘West Asia policy’ Balances Ties With Israel, Arab world

BY Edit Platter Desk | PUBLISHED: 10 January 2017

Pramit Pal Chaudhuri writes in Hindustan Times the transformation of relations between India and the United Arab Emirates, with Saudi Arabia and Qatar a few steps behind, has meant the Narendra Modi government is beginning to shape what its officials call a “greater West Asia” policy. New Delhi’s interest in Palestine is about issues other than Palestine itself. As is true for much of the world. India’s proposal to build an infotech park in Gaza may be the most important and tangible contribution it can make to the Palestinians.

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Source - Pramit Pal Chaudhuri / Hindustan Times

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10 January 2017