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India's rise as an Asian power: nation, neighborhood, and region

India's rise as an Asian power: nation, neighborhood, and region

Gordon, A. D. D., author

India's Rise as an Asian Power examines India's rise to power and the obstacles it faces in the context of domestic governance and security, relationships and security issues with its South Asian neighbors, and international relations in the wider Asian region. Instead of a straight-line projection based on traditional measures of power such as population size, economic growth rates, and military spending, Sandy Gordon's nuanced view of India's rise focuses on the need of any rising power to develop the means to deal with challenges in its domestic, neighborhood (South Asia), and regional (con

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Published Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press 2014
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Statement of responsibility: Sandy Gordon
ISBN: 1626161100, 1626161488, 9781626161108, 9781626161481
Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-243) and index.
Note: Print version record.
Language note: English.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 264 pages .)
Series: South Asia in World Affairs series
Subject: Sicherheitspolitik; National security India.; Wirtschaftspolitik; Diplomatic relations.; South Asia.; India Foreign relations.; Economic history.; Internationale Politik; Politics and government; POLITICAL SCIENCE Government International.; India Foreign economic relations.; POLITICAL SCIENCE International Relations General.; India Foreign relations South Asia.; POLITICAL SCIENCE Security (National & International); India Economic conditions 21st century.; India Politics and government 21st century.; Politik; South Asia Foreign relations India.; India.; National security.; International economic relations.; Indien
Series Title: South Asia in world affairs series.

Contents

  1. Governance and the "hybrid inheritance"
  2. Enmeshed dissonance in South Asia
  3. South Asian dissonance, global factors, and global power competition
  4. Wider regional implications
  5. The government response : domestic governance and security
  6. External strategies and challenges : from neighborhood to region.