This book brings together Indian and European perspectives on India's polity, economy and international strategy. It explores internal, regional and global determinants shaping India's status, position and goals in the early 21st century. Through an array of methodological and theoretical approaches, it presents debates on democracy, economic development, foreign and security policy, and the course of India-European Union relations. The volume will prove invaluable to scholars and students of international relations, politics, economics, history, and development studies, as well as policy makers and economists.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 542
Weight: 746 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 30 mm
`This [book] is an unusual synthesis of pre-eminent and multi-disciplinary scholarship . . . a fine achievement of comparativist and international learning. A `must-read' for a global audience.' - Barbara Harriss-White, AcSS, University of Oxford
`[A] comprehensive picture of India's rise in recent decades and the challenges it confronts . . . an impressive collection . . . transcend[ing] the comparative-international divide present in most academic works on contemporary India.' - Harsh V. Pant, King's College London
`This important volume could not be timelier as the demand for high-quality studies on India continues to grow . . . [It] alerts readers to the far-reaching global consequences of India's ascent.' - Toshi Yoshihara, U.S. Naval War College
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