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Beyond 2015, South-South cooperation will have to increase and continue to support developing countries, with a special emphasis on poor and low-income countries in Asia and Africa facing sustainable development challenges.
India must be able to rise to the challenge of this partnership and provide meaningful help to its African members to attract impact funds for the Sou
While once hegemonic, the Western model of development cannot claim to be morally superior in today’s multipolar world.
Despite the importance of capacity building in India’s development cooperation programme with African countries, a comprehensive assessment of India
The pandemic will cause global FDI is to fall under the $1 trillion mark for the first time.
Whether China will be able to implement its commitments at a fast pace and accord priority to important areas of cooperation will ultimately depend on
As the world confronts multiple challenges which are intricately connected, our path for development stands at a crucial juncture. In the context of the embroiling polycrisis, progress on the sustainable development goals (SDGs) has been steady but fragile with major and persistent challenges. Financing for Agenda 2030 has emerged as a major bottleneck with several developing economies, especially the least developed countries (LDCs), low-income
The GreenCo model represents a practical solution that recognises and supports the development of the regional power pools.
India can optimise its presence in North Africa by leveraging its unique approach of South-South cooperation to forge mutually beneficial partnerships
Blue Economy is fast becoming an area of huge interest for African policymakers. Has the rhetoric translated to concrete developmental outcomes? This brief examines the question of how the concept of ‘Blue economy’ should be operationalised nationally and regionally in Africa. It highlights strategic entry points that should be driven by both public and private sectors and supported by South-South cooperation: the development of ports, promot
In the recently inked sustainable development goals (SDG's) which identify international cooperation priorities and set the paradigm for global cooperation, India would be a key contributor laying emphasis on south-south development cooperation as an important pillar of the SDG's post 2015.
India, currently the chair of IBSA (India, Brazil and South Africa), is responsible for steering the agenda for trilateral collaboration. In its capacity as chair, it is incumbent upon India to revitalise the geopolitical group, which has been so central to the construct of "South-South Cooperation" that engages most political thinkers today.
कोविड-19 महामारी ने दुनिया की ज़्यादातर अर्थव्यवस्थाओं को मंदी के भंवर में धकेल दिया और देशों के भीतर एवं उनके बीच असमानताओं को बढ़ाने का काम किया. वर्तमान चुनौतियों का साम�
विकासशील देशों के मज़बूत पक्षधर के तौर पर भारत को विकास म�
जैसे-जैसे विकासशील और अल्प-विकसित देशों (ग्लोबल साउथ) में GDP और जनसंख्या में बढ़ोतरी हो रही है, ग्रीनहाउस गैसों (GHG) का उत्सर्जन भी बढ़ता जा रहा है. सार्वजनिक स्तर पर ठोस कचरों स
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