NEW DELHI: The world stands in between two kinds of global order, presenting India with unique challenges and opportunities for its foreign policy trajectory, a leading group of strategic and foreign policy experts have analysed in a new, exhaustive study. Under the auspices of the Centre for Policy Research, a premier think tank, the study, “India’s Path to Power: Strategy in a World Adrift” says India must take critical decisions now to ensure that the coming decade sets the scene for India to emerge as a leading power.
The study takes off from a much cited 2012 document titled, “Non-Alignment 2.0”.
India’s strategic trajectory should embrace “strategic autonomy, openness and inclusive economic growth” as key guiding principles. At a discussion to release the report on Saturday, former national security adviser Shivshankar Menon said the world today was not bipolar but not multipolar either.
“The world is between orders. Nobody…

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