It was only after many months of hard work with the Indian Foreign Service diplomats, member countries and the hard work of five people who stayed awake all night from 3 September that success in reaching a consensus was achieved. Team Modi implemented Chanakya policy.
After the historic success of G20, India’s voice is ringing in the Chaupals across the world. A declaration was also issued in the G0 Summit with the consent of all the countries. This is being considered a major diplomatic and diplomatic victory for India. Experts say that when the chances of consensus seemed slim, India’s efforts paid off in Africa. This shows the growing stature of India. This shows that India’s role in bringing the world together is very important. It was only after many months of hard work with the Indian Foreign Service diplomats, member countries and the hard work of five people who stayed awake all night from 3 September that success in reaching a consensus was achieved. Team Modi implemented Chanakya policy. Chanakya’s Arthashastra is an old and tried book on foreign policy in times of war and peace.
You all are aware of Chanakya’s policy of Sama, Daam, Dand, Bheda. But the principles of international diplomacy are also of great use. It includes the following strategies:
Sandhi (treaty), Vigraha (breaking the treaty and starting a war), Asana (neutrality), Yana (preparing to march to war), Samashraya (joining hands with those who have the same goal) and finally Dvaidabhava (dual policy i.e. one Friendship with the enemy for some time and enmity with the other).
What to do when there is a more powerful opponent?
The policy of treaty (making peace) is based on the rule that when a state faces a more powerful opponent, it should try to negotiate a peaceful settlement in order to survive. If the principle of peacekeeping is analyzed then it can be understood in the context of many historical peace treaties. Kautilya also talks about other forms of alliance, Kaal Sandhi (temporary alliance) or Sthavara Sandhi (permanent alliance), in which a smaller state can make a deal to remain in alliance with the powerful by providing services to the more powerful ally. . Kautilya says that if the king feels that the strength of the enemy’s army is equal and fighting a war means an open invitation for destruction on both sides, in such a situation compromise i.e. trying for peace by remaining neutral is necessary.
Team Modi searched the path in the footsteps of Chanakya
Jawahar Lal Nehru adopted Kautilya’s Asana policy which resulted in non-alignment and Modi prepared a tail of Kautilya’s treaty, Asana and harmony policy. New Delhi also indirectly addressed China through its manifesto. But there was no mention of Ladakh or LAC anywhere in it, nor was there any mention of its activities in Arunachal Pradesh. But this manifesto indirectly contained everything that India wanted. Following the footsteps of Chanakya, Modi’s army prepared such a manifesto that our years old friendship with Russia remained intact and the enmity with China did not increase and western countries also remained happy.