2017.10.9 Uneasy Triangle - India's evolving relations with the U.S. and China (Dhruva Jaishankar) ( - REALISING THE INDO-PACIFIC Tasks For India\u2019s

2017.10.9 Uneasy Triangle - India's evolving relations with the U.S. and China (Dhruva Jaishankar) (

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REALISING THE INDO-PACIFIC: Tasks For India’s Regional Integration Authors: Professor L. Gordon Flake, Professor Stephen Smith, Ms Natalie Sambhi, Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Mr Dhruva Jaishankar, Ms Darshana Baruah, Mr David Lang, Mr Ananth Padmanabhan and Mr Shashank Reddy
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Acknowledgements Professor L. Gordon Flake would like to express sincere thanks to the contributors of the publication, namely: Mr Ananth Padmanabhan (Carnegie India) Ms Darshana Baruah (Carnegie India) Mr David Lang (Australian Strategic Policy Institute) Mr Dhruva Jaishankar (Brookings India) Dr Jeffrey Wilson (Perth USAsia Centre) Ms Natalie Sambhi (Perth USAsia Centre) Mr Shashank Reddy (Carnegie India) Professor Stephen Smith (Perth USAsia Centre); Professional services were supplied to the project by Davina Designs (Perth), Words Count (Perth) and UWA UniPrint. This report may be cited as: Gordon Flake et al., “Realising the Indo-Pacific: tasks for India’s regional integration”. Perth USAsia Centre at The University of Western Australia. June 2017. Conclusions are derived independently and authors represent their own view rather than an institutional one. M265, 3rd Floor, Old Economics Building, The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009, Australia [email protected] @PerthUSAsia PerthUSAsia PerthUSAsia.edu.au linkedin.com/company/perth-usasia-centre
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02 Foreword Professor L. Gordon Flake 61 Endnotes 03 Introduction Professor Stephen Smith 05 Chapter I. Uneasy Triangle: India’s Evolving Relations with the United States and China Dhruva Jaishankar 31 Chapter IV. India’s ASEAN relations Natalie Sambhi 51 Chapter VI. RCEP: India’s economic bridge to Asia Dr Jeffrey Wilson 41 Chapter V. Transformation through Cyber-innovation: The Great Indian Technological Leap Ananth Padmanabhan and R. Shashank Reddy 14 Chapter II. India in Maritime Asia Darshana M. Baruah 21 Chapter III. Strategic Convergence as Uncertainty Abounds: New Delhi’s Ties with Tokyo and Canberra David Lang PAGE 01
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PAGE 02 Foreword REALISING THE INDO-PACIFIC: Tasks For India’s Regional Integration FOREWORD Author: Professor L. Gordon Flake , Chief Executive Officer at the Perth USAsia Centre Situated as we are in Australia’s self-proclaimed ‘Indian Ocean Capital’, the Perth USAsia Centre has a keen interest in India’s strategy toward a region increasingly described as the ‘Indo-Pacific’. At its most basic level, the concept of an ‘Indo-Pacific’ is driven by a need to incorporate India into the Asia- Pacific. Hence the tile of this volume, Realising the Indo-Pacific: tasks for India’s regional integration. Without a continuation of India’s economic growth and expanded influence in the region, this construct cannot be realised. Accordingly, this volume will provide a deeper understanding and assessment of India’s much- discussed ‘Look East-Act East’ strategy and policies related to its implementation.
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