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Look east to act east policy. Implications for India's Northeast

Author: Gurudas Das; C Joshua Thomas
Publisher: Basingstoke : Taylor & Francis Ltd 2016.
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This volume captures the success of India's Look East Policy (LEP) in promoting economic engagement with neighbouring countries in Asia and simultaneously its limitations in propelling growth in the bordering North Eastern Region - India's bridge head to South East Asia. It analyses the instrumental role of LEP in bringing a tectonic shift in India's foreign trade by redirecting the focus from the West to the East,  Read more...
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Look east to act east policy. Implications for India's Northeast
(OCoLC)934618503
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gurudas Das; C Joshua Thomas
ISBN: 9781317328728 1317328728
OCLC Number: 939520127
Description: 1 online resource (208 pages)
Contents: List of Tables. List of Figures. List of Maps. List of Abbreviations. List of Contributors. Introduction Part 1. Look East Policy and Regional Engagement 1. Look East Policy: Economic Engagement with ASEAN and East Asian Countries Gurudas Das, Subodh Ch Das and Ujjwal Paul 2. Re-thinking India's Look-East Policy: Why to Engage China? Yang Xiaoping 3. India-ASEAN Trade and Economic Relations: Ties That Bind Rahul Misra 4. The BCIM Forum: Is it Sustainable? Patricia Uberoi 5. Enhancing Connectivity for Mekong-India Economic Cooperation: Vietnam Perspective Nguyen Huy Hoang 6. Sub-Regional Diplomacy: An Imperative of Our Time Kishan S Rana 7. India's Myanmar Policy: Implications for India's North East Gurudas Das 8. India's Look East Policy: The Energy Security Perspective Suwa Lal Jangu Part 2: Look East Policy and India's North Eastern Region 9. Look-East Policy and the Continental Route: A Reality Check Falguni Rajkumar 10. Look East Policy and North East India: Space, Region and Existing Reality Gorky Chakraborty 11. Embracing India's Northeast in BIMSTEC: Experimenting the GMS ECP Model Panchali Saikia 12. Look East Policy and India's North Eastern Region: Status of Cross-Border Trade and Connectivity Jajati K. Pattnaik 13. Stilwell Road and Development of India's North-East C. Joshua Thomas 14. Making "Act East Policy" to work for the Development of North Eastern Region of India Gurudas Das, Ujjwal Paul and Tanuj Mathur Index.
Responsibility: gurudas Das; C. Joshua Thomas.
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This volume captures the success of India's Look East Policy (LEP) in promoting economic engagement with neighbouring countries in Asia and simultaneously its limitations in propelling growth in the bordering North Eastern Region - India's bridge head to South East Asia. It analyses the instrumental role of LEP in bringing a tectonic shift in India's foreign trade by redirecting the focus from the West to the East, thus leading to a fundamental change in the nature of India's economic interdependence. Besides discussing foreign trade, it expounds as to how LEP made India play an important role in the emerging Asian security architecture and liberated Indian foreign policy from being centred on South Asia. The essays also enumerate the reasons for LEP's failure in the North Eastern Region and chart out actionable programmes for course correction that might be factored into its latest edition - the Act East Policy. This book will interest scholars and researchers of international relations, international trade and economics, politics, and particularly those concerned with Northeast India.

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