The role of civil society in shaping India’s development partnerships

This dissertation is concerned with the role of civil society in shaping development partnerships as an aspect of Indian foreign policy. It evaluates the relationship between civil society and development cooperation in the Indian context, firstly at a theoretical level by exploring civil society as an ideal or value in Indian development cooperation, as well as at an empirical level by exploring the dialogue between specific civil society organisations (CSOs) and the Development Partnership Administration (DPA). 

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