Governance & Social Justice
- The South China Sea Conflict: Analysis in In-depth
- Bangladesh’s success story, Role of china, current issues between the two countries, cooperation
- India’s Act East Policy | Analysis | objective of Act East Policy
- Blunders of NATO
- Indian firms to buy more oil from Russia, energy ties to deepen | Russia-Ukraine Crisis
- India-Myanmar Relations: Importance & Background
- India – Bhutan relations | Important debate simplified
- India’s Game plan for Tibet | Geopolitics Simplified
- NITI Aayog announces 5 aspirational districts in Agriculture & Water Resources sector
- Inland Waterway Vessel MV Lal Bahadur Shastri from Patna to Guwahati
- After Russia, Iran offers oil to India, proposes revival of Rupee
- Hydropower development turns a Uttarakhand village into a graveyard
- Operation Greens | aims to ensure right price for farmers | promote FPO | Government Policies
- Why India has to be ‘Atmanirbhar’ in Tech?
- Can Russia use Cryptocurrency to evade sanction?
Defence & Security
Science & Technology
- How can Artificial intelligence/machine learning help the Indian judiciary reduce pendency?
- How Blockchain technology can make UPI a Global Payment System?
- India lacks a solar waste handling policy. What is Solar Waste?
- Kahani Koyle Ki’ | A satirical Representation of Extraction of Coal and Increasing Pollution
- GS 2 || International Relations || International Organizations || Miscellaneous
Why in the news?
The India-NATO alliance will reflect India’s current policy.
- There is a pressing need for both sides to work together.
- Because Russia has demonstrated no aversion to the Quad and Delhi’s involvement with the US, adding NATO to the mix is unlikely to make a significant impact. India and Russia, as mature governments, recognize the need to shield their bilateral relationship from the wider structural trends that are affecting the globe today.
- At this point of time, even NAM is of little importance. India should make sensible judgments based on geopolitical reality without ignoring the colonial legacy.
- It will be simpler for Delhi to deal with the military institutions of NATO’s 30 member nations if the alliance is institutionalized.
- Since treaties are signed only for the benefit of the country, India should consider joining NATO.
Mains oriented question:
India’s unwillingness to interact with a major European entity such as NATO will be a spectacular example of strategic self-denial. Comment. (200 words)