ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Indian Scholarship on International Relations and Multilateralism

Despite opinions to the contrary, there is much to take away from Indian scholarship in the field of international relations. The originality of Indian scholarship lies in establishing multilateralism as a temporally and spatially contingent concept, the normative and institutional dimensions of which vary in time and space. Indian scholarship views multilateralism as more regional than universal, more dynamic than static and more normative than institutional.

Capitalism in Crisis and Its Alternatives: A Conference Report

A recent three-day conference in New Delhi brought together leading radical scholars with their perspectives on the global crisis and opportunities for radical transformations. While there was agreement that the crisis is a serious challenge to the hegemony of the United States and the present architecture of international capital, there was also soul-searching of how to build radical alternatives to the current political and economic systems. It was also a rare occasion to engage with major Marxist scholars from an anti-Stalinist perspective.
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