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India and ASEAN: Foreign Policy Dimensions for the 21st Century / Reddy, K. Raja (Ed.)
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India and ASEAN: Foreign Policy Dimensions for the 21st Century
Reddy, K. Raja (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 21940
  ISBN-10 : 81-7708-081-4 / 8177080814
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xv, 296p., Figs., Tables, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
I. Dynamics of India's Look East Policy: 1. India's 'Look East' policy/A.N. Ram. 2. Neglected dimension of India's Look East Policy/V. Suryanarayan. 3. India's 'Look East' Policy: past, present and future/Sushila Narasimhan. 4. Andaman and Nicobar islands: our gateway to the east/Kishore Kumar. 5. Disparate priorities: explaining the Penumbra of India's Look East Policy/Tridib Chakraborti. 6. Regionalism as a principle of India's Foreign Policy/Chandrakanth Yatanoor.
II. India-ASEAN relations: 7. The ASEAN region in India's 'Look East' Policy/Kripa Sridharan. 8. The strategic relations of India-ASEAN in the twenty first century: an ASEAN perspective/Aruna Gopinath. 9. Sub-regional strategies of cooperation in ASEAN: the Indian approach/P.V. Rao. 10. India-Myanmar partnership: need for widening and deepening/A Lakshmana Chetty. 11. India-ASEAN: prospects for maritime cooperation/Vallabhu Srilatha. III. India and other countries in the pacific: 12. Cultural relations between India and Australia/P. Munirathnam Reddy. 13. Trading prospects in Indo-pacific realm in the context of Look East and Look West strategies/Y. Yagama Reddy. 14. Indo-Australian commercial ties/Gautham Murthy. 15. Look East Policy: a stimulus for enhanced trading relations/G. Jayachandra Reddy. 16. Factoring Taiwan in India's Look East Policy/Swaran Singh.
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For long, India hardly regarded the countries of Southeast Asia and South Pacific as priority areas despite the latter's cultural, political, economic and strategic significance. The long spell of mutual alienation understandably gave way to mutual distrust and suspicion. This dark period in India's relations with the countries of Southeast Asia and South Pacific was, however, brought to an end following the reshaping and reorientation of India's Foreign Policy, manifest in the vigorous pursuit of 'Look East' policy since the last decade of the previous century. While the realization that the idea of looking towards the east is as important as that of looking towards the west dawned on Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in the latter half of 1980s, it was Prime Minister Narasimha Rao who concentrated on forging links and enhancing cultural, economic, political and strategic cooperation with Southeast Asia and transformed this important urge into India's foreign policy initiative that culminated in 'Look East' Policy. Positive factors such as the pursuit of ASEAN and Australia's 'Look West' Policy coinciding with the adoption of 'Look East' policy by India, had already registered impressive progress in the field of economy, strategy and cultural relations between India and ASEAN. Against this background, the Centre for Studies on Indochina and South Pacific held a three day international seminar drawing reputed academics and policy makers from India and abroad. These leading specialists critically examined the fruitful synergy in the relations between India and the countries of Southeast Asia and South Pacific.
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