India and the European Union in a Changing World
Containing eleven essays by Indian and European experts, this volume examines the structural issues and differing worldviews that bedevil Europe’s relations with India. It evaluates the approaches of India and the European Union towards multilateralism, a multipolar world order, and the problems and potential of cooperation in peacekeeping. It discusses the convergence and divergence in their approaches and policies towards emerging global norms and climate change.
This book examines India-EU trade and economic relations, EU development cooperation with India, and assesses the perceptions and impact of the Eurozone crisis on China and India.
The study will be of interest to all those engaged in the fields of economics, political science, international relations, and Indian foreign policy.
Rajendra K Jainis Director, Europe Area Studies Programme and Professor of European Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is the first and only Jean Monnet Chair in India and Adjunct Professor (Research), Monash European and EU Studies Centre, Monash University, Melbourne. He was formerly visiting Humboldt Foundation Professor at Constance, Freiburg, Leipzig and Tubingem universities in Germany as well as Visiting Professor, the Maison des Sciences de I’Homme, Paris and the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya.