Exclusive | India's Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha decodes Modi Govt's foreign policy

Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha speaks exclusively to Times Now and decodes the foreign policy that has been put in place by the Modi Government. Yashwant Sinha served as the External Affairs Minister between 2002-2004 during the Vajpayee era. The last few years have seen geopolitics evolve across the globe. The change in geopolitics can be attributed to the COVID pandemic and the changing foreign policies are now raising questions about the challenges that have come along with those changing policies. Yashwant Sinha also puts forth his views on the complicated India-China relations in the aftermath of the Galwan valley clashes. When asked that whether the relations have improved since the last year's low point, Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha states that contrary to the claims made by the Indian govt, the Chinese are currently occupying Indian territory in Ladakh. Watch the exclusive conversation.

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