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India’s Eastward Engagement: From Antiquity to Act East Policy

 
S.D. Muni (Author) Rahul Mishra (Author)
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India’s Eastward Engagement: From Antiquity to Act East Policy presents India’s engagement with its extended eastern neighbours from ancient times to the present. It argues that this engagement has been long rooted in India’s geographical location, its civilizational evolution and historical transformations. The book critically examines all the important phases—Nehru and Post-Nehru periods, and Look East and Act East policies. It exposes the widely entertained myths about India’s eastward engagement and also underlines the prospective directions in which the Act East Policy may unfold in the years to come.

Conents: Preface. Introduction: India’s Idea of the East. 1. Waves of History: Ancient to Pre-Independence Era. 2. The Nehru Wave (1927–1964): Hopes Belied. 3. After Nehru: Did India Get Distanced?. 4. Look East Policy (1992–2014): Streamlining and Restructuring Engagement. 5. Act East Policy (2014–): How Different, How Successful?.6. Prospects: Challenges of Deeper and Wider Engagement. 7. Annexure A: Exchange of Visits. 8. Annexure B: India’s Trade with ASEAN and Its Dialogue Partners. 9. Annexure C: India’s Exports to ASEAN. 10. Annexure D: India’s Imports to ASEAN. 11. Annexure E: FDI Inflows and Outflows between ASEAN and India. 12. Annexure F: Military Exercises. Index.

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About the author

S.D. Muni

Professor S.D. Muni, presently Visiting Research Professor with the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, was Indias Special Envoy to Southeast Asian countries on UN Security Council Reforms (2005-06) and served as Indias Ambassador to Lao PDR (1997-1999). In 2005, the Sri Lankan President bestowed on him sri Lanka Ratna`, the highest Sri Lankan civilian honour for a non-national. He taught and supervised research at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India for 33 years since 1974. In the University he held the prestigious Appadorai Chair of International Relations and Area Studies. He has been a member of Indias University Grants Commissions Standing Committee on Area Studies, and an expert on the faculty selection boards of various Universities in India. He was the founder Editor of Indian Foreign Affairs Journal (2005-2008), (Cambridge University Press, India) and South Asia Journal (1990-94) (Sage India).

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Bibliographic information

Title India’s Eastward Engagement: From Antiquity to Act East Policy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 05.01.2019
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789353282684
length 348p.