India Rising

A Multi Layered Analysis of Ideas, Interests and Institutions
OUP India (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. im August 2020
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 252 Seiten
978-0-19-012116-7 (ISBN)
This book strives to understand India's approach to global governance by way of systematically considering three potential factors - ideas, interests, and institutions - that have an impact on India's foreign policy-making on the global level. They examine possible explanations for India's varying compliance with global regimes and for its varying contributions to the development and change of those regimes in eight issue areas: non-proliferation, maritime security,
counter-terrorism, cyber-governance, democracy promotion, climate change, trade policy, and development cooperation.
  • Englisch
  • Delhi
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  • Indien
978-0-19-012116-7 (9780190121167)
Dr. Johannes Plagemann is a Post-doctoral research fellow, GIGA Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburg. He has a Doctorate from the University of Kiel (magna cum laude) His thesis was On the Transformation of Sovereignty in Democratic Regional Powers. Normative Aspects of the Rise of the Rest. He has contributed to several research papers and books namely Making the Most of Germany's Strategic Partnerships: A Five-Point Proposal GIGA Focus Global 6/2016, Hamburg: GIGA,
and Africa Rising? BRICS - Diversifying Dependency. He has conducted field research in India, Africa and Brazil.

Dr. Sandra Destradi is currently a Professor of Political Science especially International Relations and Regional Governance at Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, Helmut Schmidt University. She received her PhD at the University of Hamburg in Germany.
She has contributed and written several journal articles such as India's Reluctant Approach to R2P: Lessons from Perilous Interventions, Reluctance in International

Politics: A Conceptualization European Journal of International Relations, India: A Reluctant Partner for Afghanistan, in: The Washington Quarterly and Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden? The Consequences of Failed Mediation in Civil Wars.

Amrita Narikar is the President of the GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg and a Professor Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Hamburg. She received her PhD at Darwin College, University of Cambridge. She has written several books and journal articles such as Bargaining with a Rising India: Lessons from the Mahabharata. Oxford: Oxford University Press, New Powers: How to become one and how to manage them. London: Hurst Publications, and New York: Oxford
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