India’s new pragmatic foreign policy is influencing the bilateral links around the world. This global impact is evident with the increase in a number of questions on international relations in UPSC IAS Prelims and Mains Exam. Here, we are providing an analysis of bilateral ties with one of the most powerful countries in the troubled land of Middle East that is Israel.
Every year a number of questions have been asked from the international relations topics in the IAS Main Exam. IAS aspirants can find the key IR topics for IAS preparation in the following articles.
UPSC Civil Services Exam always focus on the issues which are very important but remain in the background of the Current Events. Here we explain the Diplomatic immunity as ensaged under Vienna Convention
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was on two-day official visit of India. Both the countries have pledged to improve their bilateral ties in the field of economic, political, diplomatic etc. India and Turkey’s relations as a topic of international relations are very important for IAS Exam. The IAS aspirant should not skip to study during IAS preparation.
India and China are the two Asian powers in different phases of their Economic Development. Both the economies complement each other. But the increasing trade imbalance between India and China and the growing proximity of India with US is changing the way of discourse. Let us see the future of India China relations
Ecological Footprint and the Carrying Capacity became the buzzwords in the International Politics since 1992. The International Politics is moving towards the consensus to achieve the Environmental goals spelt out in the UNFCC in 1992. Let us analyse, how the Environmental Concerns is shaping the world Politics.
India and US are the two largest democracies of the world. The growing proximity of India and USA in the recent times is the matter of concerns for some of our neighbours. The relation with the super power is very important for us in every aspect. Let us see how it is shaping in the recent times…
Indian foreign policy is the reflection of the Personality of the Prime Minister. Indian foreign policy has traced its own path pertaining to the need and opportunity seen by our leadership. Indian Foreign Policy is very important component for IAS Exam and it is explained here for the IAS Aspirants
The new global position of India is also influencing the bilateral links within the neighborhood. The changing paradigm of our foreign policy is evident with the increase in number of questions on international relations in UPSC IAS Prelims and Mains Exam. Here, we are providing an analysis of bilateral ties with our recent new member of SAARC – Afghanistan.
India’s new pragmatic foreign policy is influencing the bilateral links within the neighborhood. This global impact is evident with the increase in number of questions on international relations in UPSC IAS Prelims and Mains Exam. Here, we are providing an analysis of bilateral ties with our most friendly neighbor Bhutan.
In terms of International Relations (IR), the relation between India and South Africa is very important for IAS Exam. The IAS aspirants must have better understanding of India’s relation with other countries of the world which are either trade partner or have cultural relationship with India.
Recently the growing importance of international affairs in IAS Prelims and Mains Exam Question Papers can be directly iterated to India’s growing global influence. Here we provide probable questions and India’s bilateral relations with significant countries
To study India’s relations with the littoral countries of Africa are very important in terms of IAS Preparation. The IAS aspirants have to cover such topics related to India’s relation with other countries under the IR section. Here, we have provided an analysis of India’s relation with Tanzania, one of the nations of African continent.
The relations of India with the other countries of the world are very important in term of IAS Preparation. Under the topic International relations, the IAS aspirants have to study the trade and commerce, cultural exchanges between India and other nations of the world. Here, we have provided an analysis of India-Mozambique relation, much helpful for IAS Preparation.
Recently the growing importance of international current affair is seen in the previous year IAS Prelims and Mains papers. Here we provide probable questions and India’s bilateral relations with significant countries.
Importance of International Current Affair can be seen in the Previous Year Question Paper of UPSC IAS Exam. Here we provide the latest G20 Summit 2016 details and India’s Perspective
The Current affairs forms the crux of the IAS Preparation and the international events are one of the most important part of current affairs. Brexit is one such event which require close watch for IAS Preparation.
UPSC Civil Services(IAS) Exam always concentrate its International Relations Questions on the Indian relations with its neighbours. The questions in the IAS Main Exam are Current Affairs Oriented and they are the blend of current affairs and basic issues.Lets visit the India -Nepal Current Issue
India- UK being world’s largest and world’s oldest democracies are best example for multiculturalism and tolerance. As said by UK PM during his visit to India in 2010 ‘ India is valued by world not only because it is rising power but it is a responsible global power’.
India and South Korea both envisage shared vision of deeper cultural links, open trade and economic environment and moreover stronger high level political cooperation.
India Oman bilateral relationship started since 1955 is strengthened through high level dignitaries visit,joint commission,bilateral dialogue mechanism and Annual India-Oman Strategic Consultative Group (IOSCG) Meetings. And now-a-day it became an important part of the Indian Strategy of engaging the gulf territories.
Fiji would be important to India for stronger engagement in Pacific Islands. Hence it is a crucial entity in the Look East Policy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the country in 34 years. India UAE relationship stretching beyond centuries is well matured and much diversified.
India Tajikistan bilateral relations grew since Tajikistan independence in 1991 from soviet union in the wake of its disintegration. Two countries multifaceted strategic partnership is based on collective interest.
As the land of Lord Buddha, India is a country of pilgrimage for the people of Myanmar. In particular, Theravada Buddhism has tremendously influenced Burmese society and culture for millennia, with 90% continuing to follow the religion to this day.
Srilanka is one of the founding member of SAARC which partipated significantly in cultural and political developments of region. It has deep link withTamilnadu from where many Tamils migrated as indentured labour during British rule
Indians constitute about 10% of the total population. 2015 also marks the 50th year of diplomatic relations between Singapore and India which started since Singapore independence in 1965.
Our diplomatic relations date back to early 1950’s and Norway’s very first international development cooperation was in the fisheries of Kerala.
Seychelles now stands among the countries recognised by the World Bank as High Income Group Countries.Since Seychelles independence in 1976, there have been high level exchanges between both the countries. Recent one being visits of Prime Minister in 2015.
India has a strategic interest in Nepals Development. India's interaction with its neighbours is very important in the IAS Main Exam because in each year examination it is asked in one or the other way.