India?s Relations with Neighboring South and South East Asian Countries: Perspectives on Look East to Act East Policy

India?s Relations with Neighboring South and South East Asian Countries

Perspectives on Look East to Act East Policy
 
Edition number: 1st ed. 2023
Publisher: Springer
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ISBN13:9789819946099
ISBN10:9819946093
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:200 pages
Size:235x155 mm
Weight:494 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 2 Illustrations, black & white; 6 Illustrations, color
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Short description:

This book presents a holistic perspective across various facets of culture, history, politics, economics and strategy in India?s relations with neighbouring South and Southeast Asian countries. This book not only analyses various issues of India?s foreign policy diplomacy but also explores the perspectives of neighbouring countries towards India. It engages experts from India and its South and Southeast Asian neighbours to discuss topics, such as overland linkages, people-to-people interactions, opportunities and implications of India?s Act East policy on its neighbours in changing geopolitical backdrop. The book emphasises on the responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and suggests a greater scope of regional cooperation on emergencies such as health crises in the Bay region. This rich collection of essays has strategic and scholarly relevance for researchers working on a wide range of topics related to development studies, cultural studies, Asian studies as well as policy makers and general readers.

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This book presents a holistic perspective across various facets of culture, history, politics, economics and strategy in India?s relations with neighbouring South and Southeast Asian countries. This book not only analyses various issues of India?s foreign policy diplomacy but also explores the perspectives of neighbouring countries towards India. It engages experts from India and its South and Southeast Asian neighbours to discuss topics, such as overland linkages, people-to-people interactions, opportunities and implications of India?s Act East policy on its neighbours in changing geopolitical backdrop. The book emphasises on the responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and suggests a greater scope of regional cooperation on emergencies such as health crises in the Bay region. This rich collection of essays has strategic and scholarly relevance for researchers working on a wide range of topics related to development studies, cultural studies, Asian studies as well as policy makers and general readers.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. India-South East Asia Historical Links to Contemporary Convergences: Myanmar in View



Chapter 2. The ?Look East Policy? of Bangladesh: An Opportunity for Building Complementary and Shared Development for Eastern South Asia



Chapter 3. Nepal's drive for multi-modal connectivity



Chapter 4. Manifesting the South -East Asian dream: India-Bhutan dynamics



Chapter 5. Bay of Bengal and India?s Act East Policy: Implications for Sri Lanka



Chapter 6. Look East to Act East ? India?s Relations with Myanmar



Chapter 7. India- Thailand relations in the phase of Look East to Act East



Chapter 8. Vietnamese Perspective in India?s Look East Policy



Chapter 9. Malaysia-India Bilateral Relations: 1980s-2000s



Chapter 10. India and Indonesia in the Indo-Pacific: Time for a Greater Push



Chapter 11. India- Singapore relation in Look East/ Act East era



Chapter 12. Maritime connectivity between India and SEA in the Bay of Bengal region



Chapter 13. India?s Look East to Act East Policy: The Chinese perspective



Chapter 14. India Look East to Act East Policy vis a vis Covid pandemic