By Rajiv Sikri
Problem and approach: Rethinking India's overseas coverage examines India's overseas coverage thoughts on the way to make sure that the rustic keeps its house for manoeuvre, to persist with an autonomous overseas coverage within the twenty first century worldwide state of affairs.
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Russia and Kazakhstan are talking to China on this subject since major rivers like the Irtysh and Ili flow from China into these countries. Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam are already facing depleted flows in the Mekong and Salween because of dams built upstream by the Chinese. The period 2007–08, when India was Chairman of SAARC, represented a potentially important window of opportunity for India to evolve an imaginative long-term policy towards its neighbours involving a ‘leap of faith’. For a while there was optimism that SAARC was an idea whose time has finally come.
In order to foster greater mutual confidence and trust, India has to devote much more time and attention to its neighbours. There should be more frequent high-level visits, telephonic conversations and informal contacts, using pegs like private visits, religious pilgrimages and transit halts in order to make personal assessments, exchange views, resolve problems—and massage egos! Discussions should not be confined to purely bilateral issues but cover regional and global issues too. This would convey the message that India considers its neighbours sufficiently important to have an exchange of views on a broad spectrum of global and regional issues.
It has no alternative but to closely follow and deeply analyze political trends and discreetly try to influence the domestic political debate within these countries. Over the last six decades, India has been on many occasions the decisive factor in seeking a resolution of domestic political crises in Bangladesh (1971), Sri Lanka (1987), Nepal (1950–51 and 2005–08) and Maldives (1988). The challenge for India lies in not getting drawn into situations from which there may be no safe and honourable exit, and in simultaneously pushing for national consensus that involves all the principal political actors in the country concerned.