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India-Australia ties to deepen in next four days; during the Australian PMs first ever visit

 2017-04-10 11:43:41.0

India-Australia ties to deepen in next four days; during the Australian PMs first ever visit

New Delhi: The Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull his first ever visit to India, landed today to work closely with India to forge stronger ties.
"Our ties are strong and will get stronger because of this visit." Malcom said in a statement while addressing the media after ceremonial visit at the Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi today.
India's economic growth has lifted hundreds from poverty.

Emphasizing on peace and stability among the Indo-Pacific region, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that terrorism and cyber security require global and solutions.

"We reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral relations; number of forward-looking decisions taken to further strengthen our partnership," said PM Modi while issuing the joint statement.
Unlike the current US president , Modi mobilizing youth for his historic election win 2014. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has brought a populist edge and an impatience with civic institutions that foershadowed Donald Trump.

The two countries linked six Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) including one amid to amid to counter-terrorism cooperation after PM Modi held bilateral ties with Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull.

India and Australia face an unfamiliar test. Quite simply for the first time, these two nations have an almost complete absence of trouble between them.

While, India internal problems of unmet expectations and resources pressured will become a big part of the woes of the world.

India's youth is its greatest promise and problem: if skills and productive work can be found for most of its 600 million people under the age of 27, India will join the US and China as one of the world's three giant economies.

Issuing a joint statement today with Modi, Australian Prime Minister Turnbull said, "We will continue to insure that we provide outstanding opportunities for Indian students."

The two leader held comprehensive discussion on bilateral, regulations and international issues of mutual interests and concern.

"Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading this most remarkable nation on a extraordinary journey growth and development," he added.

Australian President Malcom Turnbull arrived on Sunday for a 4 day visIt to India.

Round table of the Asian geopolitics

Strategically, India combines resilience with insecurity. If China's economy and authoritarian system ever fail, they will fail spectacularly.

India fails one way or another every day, but its diversity and democracy – and perhaps cultural factors too – prove the toughest of shock-absorbers.

Indeed, scanning the horizon from Brexit to Trump to Putin, Syria and North Korea, India looks like one of the less chaotic parts of the globe. Simply by improving the prospects for its own population, India is making a major contribution to the global good.

India does not let incessant terrorism goad it into destabilizing action, yet it harbors almost zero trust for its two nuclear-armed neighbors, Pakistan and China, with which it has fought wars and which co-operate to constrain its rise.

India and Australia are both committed to preventing terrorism and jihadist ideology, and could benefit from fulsome experience, insights and intelligence. But Australia could be a invaluable partner in helping India develop its special forces capabilities.

At the geostrategic level, neither wants to see their shared Indo-Pacific region dominated by one power. The Chinese navy making its presence increasingly felt beyond the South China Sea and into the Indian Ocean.

The Australian and Indian navies ought to be natural partners in these waters, learning to train and operate together and routinely to share awareness on everything from piracy to people smuggling to submarines.

Understanding the Modis strategic diplomacy is an important narrative that Asian geopolitics is all about China ersus the US.

India seems comfortable with its American counterpart- regardless of who is at the helm, and Australia can see its US alliance as overwhelmingly a diplomatic asset in engaging with this part of Asia.

Last year, in November the most significant conversation on the day US president Donald Trump was elected ,a new Tokyo-Delhi alignment include Japanese technology and infrastructure in India and about rapidly expanding naval co-operation was probably the longest summit between Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Indeed, in hedging around the uncertainties about the US as well as against Chinese power, Australia would do well to deepen its three-way dialogue and co-operation with Japan and India.

Australia and India are both now vital French defense industry partners provides one foundation for some possible trilateral collaboration.

Australia, India and France are key security players in the Indian Ocean- between them, controlling much of the island real estate that provide awareness of what is occurring in the maritime domain.

While, economically Australia-India relationship is growing more slowly, but its powerful complementarity will become plainer. Both sides need to get past the old fixations on coal, gold and wool, and look to the role Australian services and education can play internally in India's development.

People of Indian origin are the fastest-growing migrant community in Australia and makes a vital contribution to its own society, prosperity and strength.


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