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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s one-day “informal summit” with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday came close on the heels of a similarly-ascribed meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. This new diplomatic genre is in line with Mr Modi’s desire to adopt the novel, in name or structure. While in both there were short delegation-level meetings or plenaries, the bulk of the interaction was one-on-one.
India’s geopolitical environment has mutated considerably since Donald Trump became America’s President. His much-touted trade sanctions against nations building up surpluses in trade with the US and those targeting US intellectual property finally began early this year as he targeted steel and aluminium imports and sanctioned Chinese corporations breaking US laws on sanctions against Iran and North Korea.
With Russia, the additional sanctions and declaration of diplomatic staff as persona non grata was in line with similar action and Britain and some other European allies over the poisoning of a Russian émigré in the UK. This also helped counter the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into the Trump team’s complicity in possible Russian meddling in the 2016 US elections. Mr Trump was desperate to prove that he wasn’t a Russian toady like the fictional compromised US presidential hopeful in The Manchurian Candidate. The US has also subsequently withdrawn from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — the Nuke deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council (P-5) plus Germany. Separately, he announced a summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
Among other critical factors providing the background to Mr Modi visit was Russia’s critical role in finding a solution to the Syrian crisis, from where the US wants Iran to exit. Iran and Pakistan are critical to stabilising Afghanistan; there too Russia has opened channels to all players, including Taliban. Unlike the US less-carrot-more-stick policy, Russia is using its own vast contacts and critical alliances in Central Asia. On the economic side, higher oil prices fills Russian coffers with resources, while the global economy that grew at a record 3.8 per cent in 2017, its fastest since 2011, is starting to level off. In India, the social media is abuzz with old tweets of PM Modi and his colleagues and key fans pillorying his predecessor as oil prices escalated to over $100 a barrel for not cutting duties to cushion the public impact.
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