India’s investment in Africa : Feeding up an ambitious elephant

Mark Bradley

Une analyse d’Alioune Ndiaye

"One of the key features of India’s foreign policy in the post-cold war era is New
Delhi’s ambition to emerge as an important global player. This role, India intends
to achieve it primarily by building a strong economy. As the prominent essayist
and adviser to former Prime Minister Singh, Sanjay Baru, put it in his ground-breaking book Strategic Consequences of India’s Economic Performance, “in recent years, nothing has defined India’s place in the world more importantly than the new profile India’s economy has acquired.” According to Baru, “the time has come when trade has to raise the flag rather than just follow it.”

Lire la suite dans le document ci-joint.

Voir le numéro complet de septembre de Bridges Africa à :
http://www.ictsd.org/sites/default/files/bridges_africa_september_2016.pdf

Documents joints :

bridges_africa_september_2016.pdf (PDF - 693.9 ko)

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