‘I like soft power, but hard power is usually better,’ Netanyahu tells India and Modi


ThePrint reports:
Israeli PM lauds Narendra Modi for moving India up the ease of doing business rankings, says the future belongs to nations that innovate. New Delhi: Insisting that nations need to exert 'hard power' beyond just a soft approach, visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talked about an India-Israel alliance, and called for cutting bureaucratic red tape to take ties forward. Speaking at the Raisina Dialogue, Netanyahu made a case for a free market approach to encourage innovation in technology, applauding PM Narendra Modi for moving India up on the 'ease of doing business' list.
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