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India's Engagement With Myanmar

Author: Avadhi Patni

Looking at the outline of projects, India and Myanmar are involved in the various bilateral projects, more involvement and faster implementation seem to be the need of the hour. All these projects highlight the importance India holds for Myanmar. Apart from these projects, Myanmar is also a proximate source of energy and a factor that has the potential to define stability in the Indian Ocean through the decisions they take internally as well as externally. Taking into account India and ancient Burma’s historical and cultural ties, Myanmar becomes an absolutely apt arena for India to exercise its soft power near n


Resetting The Southeast Asian Defence Enagagement

Author: Mrittika Guha Sarkar

While Vietnam is emerging as an important part of India’s ‘Act East Policy’ balancing China’s belligerent actions in the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean, a trilateral relationship could also be considered between the USA, India and Vietnam. Japan could also be a part of this multilateral connection where ‘trilateral’ contacts can be enhanced through a ‘quadrilateral’ initiative.


Implications And Way Ahead

Author: Air Marshal Anil Chopra (retd)

The IAF should be prepared for contingencies where in aircraft may develop technical snags that require repair teams that may be moved by C-130 aircraft. A good beginning has been made and we have to now build on it further.


Pursuing Strategic Partnership With The Opposites

Author: Prof. P L Dash

US Secretary of States, Rex Tillerson’s statement unveiled Trump’s geopolitical plans for the future. Three geopolitical axes for the future emerge from Tillerson’s assertion: India and the US, Russia and India, both to counter China and China and Pakistan to counter rest of the forces. Only future will unfold the shape of things to come


India's Stand Amidst Nuclear Escalations in Asia

Author: Dr. Rajiv Nayan

North Korea is working overtime to escalate the security situation in Asia and beyond. Pakistan is doing it regionally. Their leader and patron China, does not appear to support the escalation but it is quietly busting all the efforts to stabilise the situation in Asia


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