1 edition of Emerging international order and foreign policy options for India found in the catalog.
Emerging international order and foreign policy options for India
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|Statement||editor, P.M. Kamath.|
|Contributions||Kamath, P. M., Indian Academy of Social Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||DS448 .E65 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||2003333049|
Abstract. India eagerly embraced its position as an emerging power and a member of the BRIC(S) 1 coalition and was triumphant when the financial crisis started in the USA and, initially at least, seemed to affect only the rich Western economies. However, India did not escape the repercussions of the crisis and, from around , growth rates plummeted among all BRIC(S) by: 2. Kohli, H S (ed.) , Growth and development in emerging market economies: international private capital flows, financial markets and globalization, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, viewed 4 May , doi: /
Domestic structures, foreign economic policies and global economic order: Implications from the rise of large emerging economies Andreas Nölke, Tobias ten Brink, Simone Claar, and Christian May European Journal of International Relations 3, Cited by: Emerging security challenges need new options. will influence both domestic and international policy in the years ahead. today but would further India’s foreign policy objectives or.
Foreign policy is an instrument available to a country to protect and promote its national interests. There is broad agreement on the concept of national interest, namely that it comprises the obligation to defend the country's national security, to maximize economic benefits for its citizens from international trade and commerce, as also to enhance the effectiveness of its ‘soft power. Editor’s Note: As the world watches North Korea with a mix of alarm and nausea, officials can agree that no one wants new nuclear powers—especially ones led by erratic and bellicose leaders. But at times prevention fails, and policy options for dealing with such powers are scant. Nicholas Miller at Dartmouth takes on this question, arguing that the current approach, especially.
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