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Through a billion voices: India's role in a multi-polar world

Through a billion voices: India's role in a multi-polar world

18 March 2010

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As the saying goes, India, with its multifaceted diversity, is not easy to categorise. A 21st century global power or a poor developing country? An economy based on cutting edge technology or subsistence level agriculture? A liberal secular state or a deeply religious society? An ancient and traditional civilization or a culture that is rapidly modernising? The questions, paradoxes and possibilities are infinite.

This Foresight reader analyses these issues by comparing the perspectives of Indian and non-Indian authors on three critical global challenges: sustaining economic globalisation; combating terrorism in the South Asian region; and ensuring resource security.

Foresight India conference

Bringing together leaders and experts from India and across the globe to discuss India's role in an in an interdependent and multi-polar world, Policy Network in partnership with the Alfred Herrhausen Society and the Indian Council on World Affairs, will hold the latest Foresight symposium on 25-26 March, 2010, in New Delhi.

For more information see: www.foresightproject.net

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