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India and Indonesia -Down Memory Lane

Paper No 6740                     Dated 24-Jan-2021

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

ASEAN Geopolitical Centrality in South East Asia 2020 Hinges on Dispensing Neutrality on China

Paper No. 6699                Dated 9-Nov-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

 “Perceptions” generated by visible foreign policy attitudinal inclinations count more than “Intentions” in foreign policy dynamics of Nations or Regional Organisations, ASEAN representing South East Asia, stands close to losing its credibility with its apparent neutrality or divided responses on China’s aggression in South China Sea.

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Indo-Vietnam Bilateral Cooperation- Strategic Dimensions

Paper No. 6671                        Dated 28-Aug-2020

By Vandana Mishra

Ever since India transformed its Look East Policy to Act East Policy (AEP), it is seen to be endeavouring to enhance its engagement with ASEAN members in particular and countries of the East and Far East in General, both at bilateral and multilateral levels. Accordingly, in pursuit of its AEP, India has advanced its bilateral engagement with Vietnam consistently in spite of several bottlenecks and ongoing tussle in the South China Sea (SCS).

Myanmar: The US-China Feud Spills into Myanmar:

Paper No. 6650                 Dated 20-July-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
In an unusual and not  normally seen in diplomatic circles was the  open letter by United States Embassy in Myanmar openly accusing China of steadily eroding the sovereignty of the countries of ASEAN including Myanmar.
 
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Indian Cultural Imprint in Thailand:

Paper No. 6566 .                   Dated 15-July-2019

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

South East Asia's Cultural Indebtedness to India:

Paper No. 6564                Dated 13- July-2019

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

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BIMSTEC- Could be Another Pillar to India’s Act East policy.

Paper No. 6421       Dated 2-Sept-2018

By R M Panda

The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), an international organisation of  Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Sri Lanka and Thailand held its fourth Summit in Kathmandu on 30th and 31st August this year.

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