Move beyond your past into the future God has for you. Jesus said, “I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly.” But one of the things that can prevent you from a living this abundant life today is yesterday’s unfinished business. As much as we may want to live in the present, the past often influences us in ways we don’t even realize. Unfinished Business helps you identify the areas in your life where you’ve become stuck and then overcome the issues that are keeping you there, including attitudes and thought patterns such as: · Anger, resentment, hurt feelings, stereotypes, and prejudices · Failures, poor decisions, and mistakes · Perfectionism, poor self-image, and feelings of inadequacy · Disappointment and unfulfilled dreams · Worry, fear, and anxiety You will never be ready for a new experience if you are dragging your old feelings around with you. It’s time to move forward and experience the life that God has waiting for you.
India plays a key role in addressing multilateral issues like climate change, terrorism, piracy, humanitarian crises, and nuclear disarmament. Scholarly work mapping India’s multilateral behaviour ranges from covering the United Nations to a wide range of fora where India seeks to influence issues that affect its security and development. Yet, there has been no serious exploration of how India concretely negotiates international rules. In this book, Karthik Nachiappan investigates how India negotiated four key multilateral agreements: The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, The Framework Convention on Climate Change, The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, and the Uruguay Round Trade Agreement. Based on untapped primary sources including archival documents detailing how negotiations transpired, official records of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, a series of interviews with former Indian negotiators, and newspaper sources, Does India Negotiate? demonstrates that India’s multilateral behaviour is fundamentally strategic—working to shape and ratify international rules that advance core interests while resisting rules that harm those interests.
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