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South-East Asia and India: A political perspective. Sir Gaṅgānāth Jhā (25 December 1872 – 9 November 1941) was a scholar of Sanskrit, Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Philosophy.

South-East Asia and India: A political perspective. 8185135177 (ISBN13: 9788185135175).

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Regional Strategies and Military Buildup in East Asia and Indo-Pacific: A Russian perspective. As the center of world economic growth and world politics is shifting to East Asia, the region is undergoing a strategic transformation due to the ongoing power shift. The changes in the strategic environment and power shift in East Asia and South Asia have resulted in major players expanding military capabilities in the region, particularly in the maritime dimension. Notably, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and many of the South-East Asian states have experienced substantial growth in their maritime power.

India's Look East policy is an effort to cultivate extensive economic and strategic relations with the nations of Southeast Asia to bolster its standing as a regional power and a counterweight to the strategic influence of the People's Repu.

India's Look East policy is an effort to cultivate extensive economic and strategic relations with the nations of Southeast Asia to bolster its standing as a regional power and a counterweight to the strategic influence of the People's Republic of China. Initiated in 1991, it marked a strategic shift in India’s perspective of the world.

Ganganath Jha, Indian political scientist, educator . Member of ICWA, IDSA. Lecturer in political science South Dakota College, Ghazibad, Uhar Pradesh, India, 1978-1986. Assistant professor School International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 1986-1992, associate professor, since 1992. Ganganath Jha has been listed as a notable political scientist, educator by Marquis Who's Who. Membership.

India's policy with Southeast Asia, which took a distinctive shape since the early 1990s in the form of the Look East policy, has been a multipronged approach encompassing political, strategic and economic aspects

India's policy with Southeast Asia, which took a distinctive shape since the early 1990s in the form of the Look East policy, has been a multipronged approach encompassing political, strategic and economic aspects.

Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent and north-west of Australia

Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent and north-west of Australia.

India will have to recognise the usefulness of a greater international role in. .

India will have to recognise the usefulness of a greater international role in supporting any peace and making progress to improve lives in Kashmir. Pakistan will need to follow through on its repeated pledges to end assistance to extremists who resort to violence in Kashmir and to halt infiltration across the Line of Control. Beyond the political discussions that need to take place, much more must be done to repair the fabric of society in a way that reduces extremism and gives new hope for the future. Almost all the burden of ending conflict in South Asia lies with the Indian and Pakistani governments but supportive, sustained and sensitive international assistance is also required.

India and South Asia: Exploring Regional Perceptions Vishal Chandra . He was Minister of Planning and Youth Affairs in the North-East Provincial Council of Sri Lanka (1988-89).

First Published in 2015. Disclaimer: The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, or the Government of India.