In this IUKDPF Analysis paper, Dr. Barnaby Joseph Dye explores the state of the relationship between India and African countries
IUKDPF’s Research Consultant, Supriya Roychoudhury, interviews Lucy Scott and Dr. David Harris (both University of Bradford), and Dr. Simona Vittorini
Author's Abstract The year 2015 witnessed an important shift in India’s development cooperation, resulting in uneven convergence towards practices associated
Author's Abstract Covers science diplomacy for Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri LankaElaborates on the current
Author's Description The report is part of ongoing collaboration between the Afreximbank and Exim India banks to accelerate the transformation of the
Abstract Since independence India has deployed its soft power in Africa, with educational aid and capacity-building at the heart of
Author's Abstract: This brief analyses the alignment between India’s development partnerships since Independence, and sustainability goals. It conducts the examination
Author's Abstract In the past decade, growing attention has focused on South-South cooperation in climate change mitigation, energy transitions and
Author's Abstract This paper puts FDI received by Africa from Indian enterprises that are not owned by State owned enterprises
Author's Description Against the trend of vaccine nationalism, India is emerging as one of the major global suppliers of COVID-19