India and West Asia in the Era of Globalisation
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India and West Asia in the Era of Globalisation by Anwar Alam

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Asia - India & South Asia,
  • History,
  • History: World

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13171943M
ISBN 108177081543
ISBN 109788177081541

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From South Asia and the Indian Ocean region to the far reaches of the Pacific, the Sino-Indian rivalry is getting manifested in myriad ways in the wider context of economic globalisation. This remarkable collection of essays, superbly edited by Prof T.V. Paul, manages to explore the contestations and contradictions in Sino-Indian ties by.   Compared to Asia, both the U.S. and the U.K. have underinvested in human capital and infrastructure to make the transition to high Author: Ijaz Nabi. Globalization is a process that encompasses the causes, courses, and consequences of transnational and transcultural integration of human and non-human activities. India had the distinction of being the world's largest economy in the beginning of the Christian era, as it accounted for about % share of world GDP and about 17% of the world population. India's foreign policy posture in recent years, particularly towards the region of West Asia and North Africa (WANA), has been a subject of intense debate. India's growing relationship with the US and Israel, and its 'lukewarm stand' on Iraqi crisis and Iranian nuclear issue has been seen as a fundamental shift in the Indian foreign policy exercise.

  Globalization has won fans in India and China, where economic growth is projected to rise by and percent, respectively. “Indians and Chinese also express pride in their respective nation’s growing stature on the world stage,” explains Bruce Stokes, director of global economic attitudes at the Pew Research Center, in reporting on responses to the Pew . Globalisation, hence, has impacted every aspect of Indian society, its culture and economy. As elucidated above, India has largely benefitted from globalization, though it can benefit even further when it becomes a net exporter of cultural and technological goods and services. Globalisation: towards a new era In recent decades, globalisation has transformed the world, boosting economic growth and connecting developed and developing countries. Now, in the aftermath of the financial crisis, the nature of globalisation is changing as emerging markets take a larger role in the global economy. India and West Asia in the Era of Globalisation (New Delhi: New Century Publications), pp. – Dadwal, Shebonti Ray (). an West Asia Retain its Position in the Oil Market _ in Anwar Alam (Ed.) India and West Asia in the Era of Globalisation (New Delhi: New Century Publications), pp. 43–

The handicrafts sector has been a major beneficiary of India's globalisation. Villagers' fears Research by Tirthankar Roy and Maureen Liebl shows that the export of handicrafts has surged since the reforms of , with its share in India's manufacturing exports rising from two percent to 5% during the last decade. "The rivalry between China and India has entered a new phase with the two Asian powers struggling to manage their relationship. From South Asia and the Indian Ocean region to the far reaches of the Pacific, the Sino-Indian rivalry is getting manifested in myriad ways in the wider context of economic : T.V. Paul. Asia, in turn, must cease demonizing the West for its role in spurring globalization. Participants were quick to note that Western countries have also been buffeted by globalization, and managing its challenges will be a central item on the policy agendas of Washington, London, Paris, and Bonn long into the 21 st century. Get this from a library! India and China in an era of globalisation: essays on economic cooperation. [Jayanta Kumar Ray; Prabir De; South Asia Research Society (Kolkata, India);] -- Contributed papers presented at Workshop on India-China Trade and Transport Cooperation in Kolkata on November , organized by South Asia Research Society, Kolkata.