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Most of these, says the report, are in "major infrastructure projects, especially ports and airports" and some are also in roads and railway network.It will be wrong to view Beijing's actions solely from the lens of geopolitics.It has neither the money to invest in such a cross-Continental economic initiative, nor does it have the political will to do so.Moreover, decades of post-Independence isolationism has lessened India's sub-continental sway compared to what it was during even the British Raj.
Modi has shown that he understands India's shortcomings in conventional diplomatic and economic resources and has therefore leaned on using India's considerable soft power — by way of cultural and human resources — to shape India's foreign policy. On Modi's Sri Lanka initiative, Carnegie India director C Raja Mohan points out in his column for : "Modi has also sought to restore the deeper cultural connect between the two nations as part of his effort to go past the divisive discourse of the last few decades and rebuild mutual trust between Delhi and Colombo.
This will ease travel to the land of Buddha for my brothers and sisters from Sri Lanka, and help you directly visit Sravasti, Kusinagar, Sankasa, Kaushambi and Sarnath" — not only carries forward this theme, it also reflects his effort to project India's soft power by way of proposing closer ties between trans-international cities to bring forge greater partnership.
US foreign policy journal has noted how Modi, "..a visit to Japan to initiate a sister city agreement with Kyoto.
Economic integration is important in a globalised world.
However, China's economic activism is restricting India's footprint, inevitably harming our commercial interests.Both countries have been willing to engage in high-level diplomacy and bilateral visits have increased manifold.