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A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of India as an Emerging World Power

A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of India as an Emerging World Power India Review, vol. 3, no. 1, January 2004, pp. 64–87 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Inc. DOI:10.1080/14736480490443003 A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of India as an Emerging World Power DINSHAW MISTRY “We concluded [in 1979] that if one took a twenty-five year perspective, then India would loom large as a crucial factor in America’s policies toward all of Asia, and beyond. Sufficient evidence is now available to demonstrate that we were essentially correct.” Stephen Cohen, India: Emerging Power. “[India] has a substantial military apparatus, a growing economy with some world-class sectors, and democratic political institutions that have withstood countless vicissitudes. Consequently, India’s place in the global order at the Cold War’s end merits careful scrutiny.” Sumit Ganguly, ed., India as an Emerging Power. “The peaceful integration of India into the major-power system may be vital for the attainment of peace, stability and prosperity as well as democratic international governance in the twenty-first century.” Baldev Raj Nayar and T. V. Paul, India in the World Order: The Search for Major Power Status. Is India emerging as a great power in the world system? Writing before India’s independence, Jawaharlal Nehru assumed that India— along with the United States, the Soviet Union, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png India Review Taylor & Francis

A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of India as an Emerging World Power

India Review , Volume 3 (1): 24 – Jan 1, 2004
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India Review, vol. 3, no. 1, January 2004, pp. 64–87 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Inc. DOI:10.1080/14736480490443003 A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of India as an Emerging World Power DINSHAW MISTRY “We concluded [in 1979] that if one took a twenty-five year perspective, then India would loom large as a crucial factor in America’s policies toward all of Asia, and beyond. Sufficient evidence is now available to demonstrate that we were essentially correct.” Stephen Cohen, India: Emerging Power. “[India] has a substantial military apparatus, a growing economy with some world-class sectors, and democratic political institutions that have withstood countless vicissitudes. Consequently, India’s place in the global order at the Cold War’s end merits careful scrutiny.” Sumit Ganguly, ed., India as an Emerging Power. “The peaceful integration of India into the major-power system may be vital for the attainment of peace, stability and prosperity as well as democratic international governance in the twenty-first century.” Baldev Raj Nayar and T. V. Paul, India in the World Order: The Search for Major Power Status. Is India emerging as a great power in the world system? Writing before India’s independence, Jawaharlal Nehru assumed that India— along with the United States, the Soviet Union,

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