Beyond India’s Quest for a Neoliberal Order

  title={Beyond India’s Quest for a Neoliberal Order},
  author={Abhijnan Rej},
  journal={The Washington Quarterly},
  pages={145 - 161}
  • A. Rej
  • Published 3 April 2017
  • Political Science
  • The Washington Quarterly
In many ways, 2016 was a year of reckoning for India’s national security and foreign policy grand strategy. On the domestic front, the year marked the completion of 25 years of India’s economic liberalization project. It also marked the halfway point for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s term in office, whose government was elected to power with a dramatic popular mandate. Modi had been elected principally on his promise to reform the Indian economy and to remove the final institutional hurdles… 

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