By M. Onderco
This e-book stories the reactions of India, Brazil, and South Africa the 3 major non-proliferation actors of the worldwide South to Iran's nuclear application. Their responses are defined and positioned in wider international coverage context.
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Planning Commission, 2006, p. 54) With Indian policy makers seeing economic development as key for the future of India, it is understandable that they are attempting to steer their foreign policy towards Iran. Trade in oil is an important, but not the only or even the most important driving force. It may be better to understand the oil trade as a signal to Iran of India’s seriousness about future geopolitical relations. Drawing closer to the United States is just one way of fulfilling the goal of supporting domestic growth; it is not in itself the goal.
Their new relationship could powerfully influence such important matters as the flow of energy resources, regional and worldwide efforts to combat terrorism, and political developments in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and other states in Central Asia. S. interests. (The Atlantic, 2003) Indian foreign policy has undergone a significant shift of orientation since the economic opening of the early 1990s. This shift has been mistaken for a reorientation towards the West, perhaps in the light of India’s domestic democratic system which leads some Western observers, mistakenly, to view India’s foreign policy outlook as similar to that of the West (Malone, 2011 provides an excellent overview of such worldviews).
The first and more salient one is Indian resistance to the sanctions imposed on Tehran by anyone other than the UN Security Council; the other is the oil trade. India has repeatedly rejected the unilateral sanctions imposed on Iran by the West, but accepted the application of the sanctions imposed by the UN Security Council, even though there is widespread doubt about their usefulness. The main bone of contention is, however, India’s refusal to implement the extraterritorial sanctions imposed on Iran by Western countries.