S. Jaishankar is India’s foreign minister at an extremely challenging time. The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has put Pakistan in the driver’s seat in Kabul. The Indian mission in Afghanistan has withdrawn from a country in which New Delhi invested for two decades. A belligerent China has breached nearly three decades of diplomacy. Its collusion with Pakistan and the sharply altered geopolitics of the region present challenges unlike those seen in recent decades. Click here for IndiaToday.in’s complete coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
S. Jaishankar: Concerns, triumphs and India’s foreign policy priorities
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