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India-Russia Relations within International Organizations in Modern Terms

Student: Ronika Chopra

Supervisor: Sergey I. Lunev

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2016

This work looks at the relations between Russian Federation and the Republic of India within International Organizations. Throughout history the ties between these two states have been tight especially on a bilateral scale. During Soviet times India had been the only non-socialist country that had strong political and economic ties with USSR. USSR supported India in its economic development and influenced the progress of its secondary sector. However after the end of bipolar world, the relations between Russian Federation and India overcame serious modifications as both countries started a west-oriented external policy and were searching for their place in a new system of international affairs. Despite the fact that during the last decade of the 20 century the political ties between Russia and India were not strong and the trade turnover decreased more than 4 times, the understanding of the fact that a close cooperation between these two countries is needed arose in the beginning of the millennium. Globalization and economic interconnectedness of all the countries of the world spurred bilateral and multilateral relations between various blocks and states. Russia and India renewed their ties and started cooperating within new organizations. Although the states have close bilateral ties, their relations within international organizations are yet to be strong as the states are historically used to cooperation without any intermediaries.

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