Many new and stimulating developments takes place when it comes to foreign relations, these are not just a question of new information, but reflects the introduction of some of the fresh contents and frameworks in the subject. The case in point is the petroleum in India's relationship with Nigeria and Sudan. This economic content in a relationship always takes a new prospect and direction in the bilateral/trilateral relationship. India's relationship with Nigeria and Sudan are built on a strong historical and political foundation. Almost inevitably, this has produced a better and greater coordination in their relationship, however the changes accruing daily in the international politics and economy as well as in their respective internal matters does effect the already set framework. This book makes an attempt to offer some redress to these trends and tries to bring together the various dimensions of their relationship.