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Contemporary aspects of India’s relations with East and South Africa
International Affairs | Developing and Emerging Economies Jan 19, 2017

Contemporary aspects of India’s relations with East and South Africa

This paper trains the spotlight on India’s relations with Africa by studying the country’s relations with two east African countries – Tanzania and Kenya, and two south African countries – Mozambique and South Africa. The paper opens with a description of the trade, investment, and ...

Reimagining Multistakeholderism: Challenges for Internet Governance
Media and Internet | Internet Governance Dec 05, 2014

Reimagining Multistakeholderism: Challenges for Internet Governance

Concerns remain in the developing world that about whether the ICANN/IANA transition will create a truly plural process. This issue brief discusses three challenges 'multistakeholderism' must address from the perspective of the developing world: access, equity and sovereignty. ...

Nuclear Security in India: Mapping the Threat Scenario
Defence and Security | Nuclear Security Sep 23, 2014

Nuclear Security in India: Mapping the Threat Scenario

This Issue Brief analyses the possible nuclear and radiological threats that India could face. It also examines the various ways in which these threats could occur and the likely actors inclined to carry them out. ...

India and International Sanctions:Delhi’s Role as a Sanctioner
International Affairs | Indian Foreign Policy | Great Power Dynamics | US Foreign Policy Sep 26, 2013

India and International Sanctions:Delhi’s Role as a Sanctioner

Over the years, sanctions have emerged as a preferred foreign-policy tool for many States, especially in the West. Sanctions serve a number of purposes, including the application of economic and political pressure on specific governments with a view to change their stance on a particular ...