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Self-Reliance versus Marginalisation: Case of India's Overseas Shipping
Baldev Raj Nayar
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 30, No. 17 (Apr. 29, 1995), pp. 941-954
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4402694
Page Count: 14
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Dependency theory as a universal theory of underdevelopment may have been problematic but dependence as a description of the hierarchical relations among states is a fact of life in economics and politics in the world. In those hierarchical relations, the verities of power and domination, and the leverage they provide in bargaining between nations, continue to apply. Nowhere is this impact more evident than in overseas shipping. This article addresses India's performance in countering and managing dependence in shipping.
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