India’s Role in a Liberal Post-Western World

The International Spectator, Journal, Article,  06/03/2018

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After a period of significant gains, achieved largely through the establishment of institutions that promoted international liberalism, the global order today finds itself at a crucial juncture. Rising inequality, the proliferation of nationalist politics, technology-induced disruptions and the resurgence of zero-sum geopolitics, are all beginning to shake the foundations of the global governance architecture built assiduously over the past 70 years. It is clear that the liberal order, as it is frequently referred to, will not be able to sustain its influence in the 21st century unless it finds new torchbearers in Asia, where politics and economics are scripting a story very different from that of post-war Europe. To some, it is evident that India, which has successfully combined economic growth with its own liberal traditions, will indeed be the heir to and guarantor of this system as an emerging and leading power.

Autori: Samir Saran
Dati bibliografici: p. 92-108
In:  The International Spectator Numero:  53/1
ISBN/ISSN/DOI: 10.1080/03932729.2018.1396433
Data pubblicazione: 06/03/2018

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