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ISBN: 9789351281207    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2015     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 307        Language: English
ip, Baden-Wuerttemberg Fellowship, Visiting Scholar at East-West Center, etc. His research interests include: US-India relations, Nuclear issues in South Asia and the Study of Indian elections.Contents...Read more
ip, Baden-Wuerttemberg Fellowship, Visiting Scholar at East-West Center, etc. His research interests include: US-India relations, Nuclear issues in South Asia and the Study of Indian elections.Contents List of Contributors 9 Preface 11 Acknowledgements 15 1. Changing Dynamics of Regionalism in South Asia 17 Regionalism in International Relations • South Asian Regionalism • South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation • Problems and Prospects of Regionalism • Concluding Observations 2. Maritime Security in India's Neighbourhood and Indian Ocean: Challenges and Strategies 35 Security Framework • Indian Ocean Rim-Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR-ARC): Role and Regional Security • lOR-ARC - Structural Dynamics • Constructive Engagement through Dialogue Partners - Mechanisms for Cooperation and Assistance • Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) - Emerging Scenario 3. Water Security: India's Hydro Diplomacy in Neighbourhood 45 Water Security in South Asia • Managing Inter Basin Transfer of Water with Neighbours • Concerns of Bangladesh • Nepal: Silent Spectator s Engaging Bhutan • India-Bangladesh Relation on Sharing Water Resources • Teesta River Agreement Impasse> India-Nepal Bilateral Water Resources Development • Tanakpur Barrage: The Phase of Mistrust • The Mahakali River Treaty • India-Pakistan Relation on Sharing Water Resource 6 India and Her Neighbours • The Baglihar Dispute • Kishenganga Project and International Court of Arbitration • Changing Water Scenario • Conclusion 4. India and Bangladesh: Issues in Bilateral Relations es Introduction • Contentious Issues in Bilateral Relations- Trade Imbalance • Illegal Migration • Border Dispute • Conclusion 5. Strategic Dimensions of India's Relations with Sri Lanka: The LTTE Factor 79 • Military Involvement of Extra-Regional Powers and India's Concern • LTTE Factor in Indo-Lanka Relations > Commercial Relations: Recent Bilateral Visits and Agreements 6. India-Maldives Relations: Toward a Upward Direction 91 Political Relations • High Level Visits • Heads of State/ Government Visits • India • Economic and Commercial Relations • Bilateral Trade Agreements • Trade with India • Development Co-Operation • Assistance from the Maldives to India • Assistance from India to the Maldives • Project Assistance • Tsunami Related Assistance • US$ 40 million Line of Credit for Housing Sector • Human Resources Development • Technology Adoption Programme in Education Sector • Air Connectivity • Cultural Relations • Tourism • Defence Cooperation • Collaboration in Science and Technology 7. India-Pakistan Relations: A Conundrum 105 History • State Structure- Authoritarian Rule -Islam • Lack of Democratic Culture • Militarisation of Pakistan Army • Kashmir • Jihad and Kashmir • India-Pakistan Relations: Post Indian Elections 2014 8. India, Pakistan and Imperatives for Sustaining Peace 127 Challenges to CBMs in South Asia • Nature of CBMs in South Asia • Communication Measures: Military Hotlines • Hotline between Prime Ministers • Declarations on Non-Use of Force, Bilateral Resolution of Differences • Notification Measures: Military Exercises> Non-intrusion Contents 7 of Air Space • Transparency Measures • Constraint Measures: Non-Attack of Nuclear Facilities • Bilateral Accord on Chemical Weapons • Non-Harassment of Diplomatic Personnel • Additional Highlights of the February 1999 Lahore Summit • Other Suggestions on Military CBMs • Non-Military CBMs • The Kashmir Issue • Track -II Diplomacy and CBMs • Definition and Characteristics • Objectives • Nuclear Risk Reduction Measures • Nuclear Risk Reduction Centers • Paused Deployment Posture • Paradoxes in Pursuing the CBM Modality • The Sum of All Parts 9. India-Pakistan Peace Process under the UPA Government and Beyond: A Study 145 Introduction • Joint Statement - June 2004 • Nuclear Confidence Building Measures (June 19- 20, 2004)• New York Meeting-September 2004 • 2005 talks • The Havana Meeting 2006 • Mumbai 26/11 Attacks: 2008• Confidence Building Measures- 2004-2008• UPA Government- 2nd Term-2009 • NDA Government Policy under Modi • Concluding Observation 10. India-Pakistan Relations: Retrospect and Prospects 167 Sixty Seven Years of Mutual Suspicion and Discord • Peace Process between India and Pakistan (2004-2008)• 26/11 Terrorists Attacks and Suspension of Peace Process • Resumption of Peace Process (March 2011) and its Dynamics • Indo-Pakistan Relations under Narendra Modi's Government• Prospects 11. China Factor in India-Pakistan Relationship 179 China-India-Pakistan Triangle • China's Interests in South Asia: An Overview • China's Response to India Pakistan Tensions: An analysis • Terrorism: China, India and Pakistan • Conclusion 12. India-Afghanistan Relations post-9/11 and Unending Indo-Pak Rivalry in Afghanistan 197 Introduction • A Historical Overview of India's Engagement in Afghanistan • Indo-Pak Rivalry in Afghanistan and its Impact on Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations • Conclusion 8 India and Her Neighbours 13. Democracy Promotion by India and the U.S. in the Af-Pak Region: An Analysis Abstract • Introduction • Democratic Peace • Democracy in the Af-Pak Context • Democracy Factor in Indo-US Relation • Counter Terrorism and Democracy Promotion in the Af-Pak • Centrality of Pakistan • Reconciliation with Taliban • Impact on Democracy • Impact on Indo US Relations • Democratic Peace in the Region? • Conclusion 14. India and Bhutan: Striving for a Better Future Introduction • Historical Background • The Treaty of 1949 • The Treaty of 2007 • Recent Trends in Indo-Bhutan Relations • Economic Relations • India's assistance to the Tenth Five -Year Plan (2008-13) of RGoB • Project Tied Assistance (PTA) • Small Development Projects (SDP) • Programme Grant and other Grants • Hydropower Projects • Future Perspectives of Indo-Bhutan Relations • Major Outcomes of the Visit by the New Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi• Conclusion 15. India-Nepal Relations: Pursuit of Proactive Partnership India-Nepal Relations: Pursuit of Proactive Partnership • Phases of India-Nepal Relationship • Second Phase of India Nepal Relationship: 1955-1990• Third Phase of India Nepal Relationship: 1990-1996 • Civil War in Nepal and India Nepal Relationship • The Post-Civil War and India Nepal Relations • Towards Progressive Partnership 16. The Issue of Ethnic Identity in Indo-Nepal Relations The Issue of Ethnic Identity in the Indo-Nepal Relations • Introduction • Locating the Indians of Nepali Origin (INO) in India • Political Discrimination • Identity Crisis • Locating the Nepalese of Indian Origin (NIO) in Nepal • Conclusion Bibliography Index 217 237 255 269 279 281The Title 'India and Her Neighbours: Towards A Proactive Partnership written by Mohammed Badrul Alam' was published in the year 2015. The ISBN number 9789351281207 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 307 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English.
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