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Henry Kissinger Applauds India's Balanced Foreign Policies and Admirable Leadership of EAM Jaishankar

  • Posted on June 18, 2023
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Henry Kissinger and EAM Jaishankar

Renowned statesman and former American Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, has expressed his admiration for India’s External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar, hailing him as a “practicing political leader who is quite close to my views.” Kissinger’s remarks came as he shared his thoughts on India’s foreign policies, describing them as “balanced” and lauding the nation’s diplomatic approach.

In an exclusive interview with The Economist, Kissinger commended India’s foreign policy, stating, “I have very high regard for the way the Indians conduct their foreign policy now, because it shows balance.” He emphasized the evolving global political landscape, noting that traditional powers are waning while new powers are on the rise.

Henry Kissinger, has expressed his admiration for India’s External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar,
India’s External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar(AFP Photo)

Kissinger further highlighted the transformations in Indian diplomacy over the past few decades, particularly emphasizing India’s economic growth and its strategic outlook towards the United States and its allies. He recognized India’s pursuit of economic opportunities, fueled by its substantial population and economic influence. Additionally, Kissinger underscored India’s increased emphasis on defense and security ties, especially in the wake of border clashes with China in 2020.

These comments from Kissinger reflect the global recognition of India’s rising prominence in international affairs. As an influential figure in international diplomacy, Kissinger’s endorsement of India’s foreign policies and praise for EAM Jaishankar’s leadership are significant acknowledgments of India’s diplomatic acumen.

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger praises India’s balanced foreign policy and lauds EAM Jaishankar’s leadership.
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (Image: PTI)

India’s balanced approach to foreign relations, as noted by Kissinger, signifies its ability to navigate complex international dynamics while safeguarding its national interests. With India’s expanding economic power and growing strategic partnerships, its role on the world stage continues to evolve, with increasing influence and responsibility.

As India continues to chart its path in international affairs, the endorsement from an esteemed statesman like Kissinger adds weight to its diplomatic endeavors and affirms its status as a key player in shaping the future of global politics.

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