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EU-India RelationsGlobal Trends to 2030: A European Perspective on Challenges and Choices for the EU-India Strategic Partnership

EU-India Relations: Global Trends to 2030: A European Perspective on Challenges and Choices for... [Increased cooperation by 2030 between EU and India is instrumental to achieving both global goals—such as effectively tackling climate change—and also regional ambitions, such as the EU’s geopolitical desire to raise its standing as a global actor, and India’s new foreign policy objectives. Through the analysis of structural trends defining the coming decade, this contribution develops one scenario of increased cooperation and one of inaction between the EU and India, by 2030. Such scenarios show that the benefits from increased cooperation vastly outweigh the negative consequences of inaction. These scenarios could also be used by policymakers to set goals on how to prepare for the next decade and design strategies to achieve such goals and actively shape developments. The purpose of this chapter is to propel the action of policymakers on issues where losses are the greatest in the case of inaction, hence boosting motivation to work on the available common ground, rather than focusing on differences.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

EU-India RelationsGlobal Trends to 2030: A European Perspective on Challenges and Choices for the EU-India Strategic Partnership

Editors: Gieg, Philipp; Lowinger, Timo; Pietzko, Manuel; Zürn, Anja; Bava, Ummu Salma; Müller-Brandeck-Bocquet, Gisela
EU-India Relations — Feb 28, 2021

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021
ISBN
978-3-030-65043-8
Pages
311 –325
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-65044-5_15
Publisher site
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Abstract

[Increased cooperation by 2030 between EU and India is instrumental to achieving both global goals—such as effectively tackling climate change—and also regional ambitions, such as the EU’s geopolitical desire to raise its standing as a global actor, and India’s new foreign policy objectives. Through the analysis of structural trends defining the coming decade, this contribution develops one scenario of increased cooperation and one of inaction between the EU and India, by 2030. Such scenarios show that the benefits from increased cooperation vastly outweigh the negative consequences of inaction. These scenarios could also be used by policymakers to set goals on how to prepare for the next decade and design strategies to achieve such goals and actively shape developments. The purpose of this chapter is to propel the action of policymakers on issues where losses are the greatest in the case of inaction, hence boosting motivation to work on the available common ground, rather than focusing on differences.]

Published: Feb 28, 2021

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