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Paradox of EU-India Relations Missed Opportunities in Politics, Economics, Development Cooperation, and Culture von Wulbers, Shazia Aziz (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 16.12.2010
  • Verlag: Lexington Books
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Paradox of EU-India Relations

The Paradox of EU-India Relations: Missed Opportunities in Politics, Economics, Development Cooperation, and Culture, by Shazia Aziz WYlbers, discusses areas where EU-Indian relations are strained and areas where there is meaningful cooperation, and then situates those areas within the broader context of international relations. WYlbers also considers the United States in her study, as much can be learned from comparing EU-India relations with that of the U.S. and India. She addresses the primary issues confronting the EU and India in both the past and in the present, from politics and economics to each entity's role in global technological advances, finishing with a careful discussion of the role of cultural interactions in EU-India relations. WYlbers also looks to the future when she conducts an analysis of policy convergence and divergence to detect upcoming trends between the EU and India. She uses this analysis to make recommendations for policy makers about the way forward. The Paradox of EU-India Relations: Missed Opportunities in Politics, Economics, Development Cooperation, and Culture, by Shazia Aziz WYlbers, successfully identifies problems and prospects in the relationship between two great entities. It is a comprehensive empirical study which ultimately indicates that the Indian worldview is undeniably different from the European Union worldview, and could therefore be the important cause for problematic divergences in foreign policy trends.

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 16.12.2010
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780739148112
    Verlag: Lexington Books
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