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From the Publisher"It is an important topic especially with regard to the developing world. It is logically written and allows even non-specialists to grasp the basic topic. It is based on thorough knowledge of the existing literature and incorporates significant new original materials that make this a must read." William Head, Chair of Cecil B. Currey Book Award
"The book provides a rich analysis of India's contribution in the discourse, the development and the institutional designs of regional multilateralism. The value of the book also lies in its detailed discussion on the origin and evolution of the SAARC, BIMSTEC, IOR-ARC and MGC as well as a comprehensive analysis of 'India's Cognitive Prior'." - India Quarterly
Arndt Michael was awarded the Arnold-Bergstraesser Award for Political Science for 'India's Foreign Policy and Regional Multilateralism' in 2012. The book also received the Cecil B. Currey Book Award 2013 from the Association of Third World Studies (ATWS, USA) and the Gisela Bonn Award 2013 from the German-Indo-Society (Deutsch-Indische-Gesellschaft, Stuttgart).
Arnold-Bergstraesser Award for Political Science
Cecil B. Currey Book Award 2013
Gisela Bonn Award 2013