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Hillary Clinton called India "not just a regional power, but a global power".
This report looks at India’s prospects as a great power from economic, military, environmental and soft power perspectives including issues such as democracy and corruption.
Read the report:
India: The Next Superpower?
Published March 2012
Will India Become a Superpower?
The Untold Story of India's Economy
D. Rajeev Sibal
The Military Dimensions of India's Rise
India's Soft Power: From Potential to Reality?
India's National Interests and Diplomatic Activism: Towards Global Leadership?
Globalisation, Society and Inequalities
Corruption in India
Managing the Environment: A Growing Problem for a Growing Power
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