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India--Myanmar Relations: Changing Contours

By: Rajiv Bhatia

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Publisher: New Delhi, Routledge/ Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

Seller ID: 1201902

ISBN: 1138191329

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Table of Contents Maps. Abbreviations. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. 1. Changing Myanmar 2. Deciphering Myanmar: An Indian Perspective 3. India-Myanmar Relations: From Antiquity to Raj 4. India-Myanmar Relations: From Independence to Military Rule 5. India–Myanmar Relations: During Reform Period 6. Bilateral Relationship: Present State-of-Play 7. India-Myanmar-China Triangle 8. India-Myanmar Relations: Future Directions Epilogue. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. Printed Pages: 280 View more info

India and Central Asia Exploring New Horizons for Cooperation

By: Rajiv K Bhatia, Meruyert Abusseitova & Laura Yerekesheva (Eds)

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Publisher: New Delhi, Shipra Publicaitons:

Seller ID: 1201867

ISBN: 8175417862

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Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, the five Central Asian republics in India’s extended neighbourhood, have achieved significant political, economic and cultural development since their independence in early 1990s. Rich historical past, availability of huge energy resources, more than two decades of relative peace, gradual opening of economies and centrality of the region in inter and intra-continental transportation and communication links have made Central Asia an area of great interest for scholars, businesses, travellers as well as regional and extra-re... View more info

India And Russia: Deepenning The Strategic Partnership

By: Rajiv K Bhatia, Vijay Sakhuja & Indrani Talukdar (Eds)

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Publisher: New Delhi, Shipra Publicaitons:

Seller ID: 1201868

ISBN: 8175417218

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Contents Preface Contributors Introduction SECTION I India-Russia: Bilateral Relationship 1. India-Russia Relations: Looking Ahead Nandan Unnikrishnan 2. New Contours of India-Russia Special and PrivilegedStrategic Partnership Vinay Shukla 3. Post-2014 Afghanistan: Possible Areas of India-Russia Cooperation Gulshan Sachdeva 4. Russia and the Asia-Pacific Baladas Ghoshal 5. Russia-India Strategic Partnership: Multilateral Fora and Global Political and Economic Governance Shamma Jain 6. India Russia Defence Cooperation Vijay Sakhuja SECTION II Perceptions on Regional Issues 7. Central Asia: A Pl... View more info

India in Global Affairs: Perspectives from Sapru House

By: Rajiv K. Bhatia

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Publisher: New Delhi, India, KW Publishers: 2015

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 105030

ISBN: 9789383649600

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For India, maintaining friendly relations with its neighbours and projecting its foreign policy interests to the global community has been of primary importance. Over the years, India has reached out not only to its South Asian neighbours but also to countries in East Asia, West Asia, Central Asia, Indian Ocean, Europe, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and Oceania. The country has also reinforced its good relations with the US, China, Japan, Russia, the EU and Canada through high-level visits, political interactions, economic engagements and strategic partnerships. The primary objective is... View more info

Indo-Pacific Region: Political and Strategic Prospects

By: Rajiv K. Bhatia & Vijay Sakhuja (Eds)

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Publisher: Mumbai, India, Vij Books India Pvt. Ltd.: 2014

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 103196

ISBN: 9789382652632

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The geographic constructs and the geo-political imaginations have dictated the formation of informal dialogue mechanisms and multilateral structures. During Cold War, the power bloc politics have subsumed these geographical definitions and have transcended national sovereign boundaries. In the contemporary discourse, new formulations like Asia-Pacific, East Asia and Indian Ocean have defined new politico-security thinking. The concept of Indo-Pacific is an over-arching geopolitical imagination which addresses new challenges in political, economic and maritime domains. This book addresses this ... View more info

Transforming South Asia: Imperatives for Action

By: Rajiv K. Bhatia, Swaran Singh & Reena Marwah

Price: $17.20

Publisher: New Delhi, India, KW Publishers: 2014

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 104281

ISBN: 9789381904985

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Right from the Himalayan hermit kingdoms of Nepal and Bhutan to the island and archipelago countries of Sri Lanka and the Maldives, the sheer variety of South Asia not only in geographic terms but also in terms of culture, language and tradition is unparalleled. A wide array of religious beliefs existing in the region alongside distinctive mind-sets, tend to differentiate the countries that make up South Asia. The divisions however of the region among countries are not the same as the divisions among cultures/religions. This book titled: Transforming South Asia: Imperatives for Action is the o... View more info

Delhi Dialogue V: India-Asean, Vision For Partnership and Prosperity

By: Rajiv K. Bhatia, Vijay Sakhuja & Asif Shuja (Eds)

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Publisher: New Delhi, Shipra Publicaitons:

Seller ID: 1201843

ISBN: 8175417293

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This book, originating from the proceedings of the Delhi Dialogue V, seeks to highlight India's increasing engagement with ASEAN countries and explores the agenda for consolidation of their relationship in the coming years. It draws from the knowledge and insights from political and economic leaders, officials, academics and opinion-makers of India and ASEAN countries to find out ways to intensify and broaden political, strategic, economic and civil society interaction between the two regions. In the wake of Delhi Dialogue being mentioned in the Vision Statement issued at India-ASEAN Commemora... View more info

Change In Myanmar

By: Rajiv K. Bhatia, Vijay Sakhuja & Vikash Ranjan (Eds)

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Publisher: New Delhi, Shipra Publicaitons:

Seller ID: 1201838

ISBN: 8175417587

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Myanmar stands at the cusp of a major political and economic transformation. The change would provide space and opportunity to the Myanmar society, people and external actors to engage in the process. Myanmar’s role as ASEAN chair in 2014 is also significant. Still, there are many challenges ahead, like national reconciliation among various ethnic and political groups; socio-economic development challenges; and the role of the military in civil administration. The most crucial test for Myanmar would be the 2015 elections. How Myanmar will deal with all these complex challenges needs to be w... View more info