Sigur Center Asia Report, Issue 7: Rising India's Great Power Burden Open Access
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The concept of India as a rising power has become almost commonplace. Yet systematic studies of India’s emerging global role are rare. C. Raja Mohan, one of India’s most prolific and respected foreign policy analysts, provided a skillful analysis of India’s shift from leader of the third world to a rising power and its future as a possible great power. In his lecture, “Rising India’s Great Power Burden,” he looked at changes in India’s self-perception, goals, and the mismatch between its ambitions to be a regional and world leader and its limited resources that has long persisted.
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