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Ian Taylor, Justin van der Merwe and Nicole Dodd discuss how India has undergone a neoliberal transformation, rendering its elites more outwardly and globally orientated. Their findings suggest that rhetoric centred on global Southern solidarity, drawn from its history and politics, translates well in Africa, enhancing access to African markets. But India’s interest in Africa is more baldly economic, primarily informed by its quest for energy. The government-business-media complex is used to account for the contradictions between India’s Africa policy and practice.
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