India’s Place in the World

In an increasingly connected world, the nation-state is less sovereign today that it was ever before. Some of the most consequential issues today – climate change, terrorism, international trade, or global violations of human rights – cannot be dealt by any country in isolation. Under this theme, we work on how India can engage deeply with the rest of the world to protect its interests and to promote global peace and security. We focus especially on these three sub-themes:

  • China, particularly on trade and investment
  • International organisations – the UN & its organs, the WTO and the UNFCC & GCF
  • Indian diaspora and soft-power

Working Paper on Chinese Goods – Make in India & Create Jobs

Book – UN in the 21st Century, M.K. Rasgotra (New Delhi: Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, no date)

Book – The Trade Game: Negotiation Trends at WTO Concerns of Developing Countries, Bibek Debroy and Debashis Chakraborty (eds) (New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2006) – 2006

Paper – An Analysis of Severance Pay Policies in India and Sri Lanka By Mukul G Asher and Pundarik Mukhopadaya – 2006

Paper – Preferential Trade Agreements and India: A Review of Issues By Debashis Chakraborty and Arnab Kumar Hazra – 2005

Book – Future Negotiations Issues at the WTO: An India-China Perspective, Bibek Debroy and Mohd Saqib (eds) (New Delhi: Globus Books, 2004) – 2004

Paper – Trips Patent System and Doha Declaration: Implementation Process by India By B. K. Keayla – 2004

Book – Challenges of Globalization, Bibek Debroy, (ed) (New Delhi: Konark Publishers Pvt Ltd, 1998) – 2002

Paper – India at the Fourth Ministerial Meeting in Doha Déjà vu – again? By Yashika Singh – 2001

Project – India, Iran and Central Asia: Delineating Future Economic Relations Edited by Ahmed Mukarram – 1998

Paper – Emerging Issues, Perspectives and Challenges of India’s Foreign Economic Policy: Focus on Finance and Trade in the 21st Century By Kalyan Raipuria – 1998

Paper – Globalisation: What Does It mean For Development? By Deepak Nayyar – 1997

Paper – China-India-Pakistan: Disparities and Weak links in Economic Performance By Gilbert Etienne – 1997

Paper – The Japan-India Encounter By Satu P. Limaye- 1997

Project – India, Southeast Asia and the United State: New Opportunities and prospects for Cooperation – 1996

Proceedings – India – Pakistan Dialogue, New Delhi, 5-6 February 1996

Proceedings – India-Nepal Dialogue – 1995

Paper – China and India: Socio-economic performance and prospects By Gilbert Etienne – 1995

Proceedings – The India-Bangladesh Dialogue – 1995

Book – A Unique Odyssey: The Story of the United Nations, Geeta Dharmarajan (Illustrated by Atanu Roy) (New Delhi: Published for the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation by KATHA, 1995) – 1995

Proceedings – India-Sri Lanka Dialogue – 1995

Paper – Indian Strategic Concerns in the 1990s By George K. Tanham – 1995

Proceedings – Changing South Africa and the World – 1994

Proceedings – The Israel-PLO Peace Accord and its Implications for India – 1994