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Interview With An Expert: Vivek Mishra On India’s Ambitions in High-Tech.

How would you characterize India's foreign policy with respect to technology, and what are the primary objectives driving it?

In India, technology is increasingly finding greater space. This ranges from hard core security to weather estimations in the Indian Ocean Region. Broadly there are two policy objectives of technology in so far as foreign policy is concerned and both have to do with the element of national security, albeit applied and accommodated in different ways. Internally, technology finds one of the largest spaces in defence modernisation particularly in India’s efforts to enhance capacity and at a. . .

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