Competing Visions of India in World Politics: India's Rise Beyond the West presents an alternative set of reflections on India's contemporary global role to those narrated by mainstream, US-centric accounts within International Relations. Collectively, the contributors explore a spectrum of non-Western perspectives on India's growing international influence. They deliver insights into a range of shared global issues, processes and institutions, including climate change, development cooperation, UN Security Council reforms, nuclear politics and the terms of world trade. Together, these readings provide a critical evaluation of India's success in reconciling a quest for recognition from established major powers with a desire to maintain relations of solidarity with developing country allies of the Cold War era. This volume is essential reading for anyone studying rising powers, BRICS countries, global power shifts and South-South linkages and will appeal to students and scholars of non-Western International Relations, Global Studies and International Development.Special Section: Mexico and the UN Security Council (Mexico: Universidad Nacional AutA³noma de MAcxico, Centro de Investigaciones Sobre AmAcrica del Norte), www.revistacisan.unam.mx/voices/pdfs/8417.pdf [accessed 10 January 2014].
|Title||:||Competing Visions of India in World Politics|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-07-02|