India, global powers, and West Asia
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India, global powers, and West Asia political and economic dynamics by Anwar Alam

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Published by New Century Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English


  • Foreign economic relations,
  • Foreign relations

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Anwar Alam
LC ClassificationsDS63.2.I+ (India) I+
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 234 p. :
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25065369M
ISBN 108177082612
ISBN 109788177082616
LC Control Number2010317951

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  India's interests and capabilities extend well beyond the subcontinent. This series explores the geopolitical dimensions, economic ties, transnational networks, and other aspects of India's links with the Middle East (West Asia) -- a region that plays a vital role in India's economy and its future. Writing in the July/August issue of Foreign Affairs, C. Rajan Mohan observed.   New Delhi: India's diplomacy in West Asia is expected to get a boost following the historic agreement between Israel and UAE brokered by the USA as Delhi enjoys close ties with both these countries. While India is yet to formally react to the landmark development Delhi that has championed a two-state solution will be satisfied that the deal will prevent further annexation of . India’s manifold relations with the West Asia As the ancient historical sources testify that India did share a long and deep historical relationship with West Asia as India’s manifold relations with the West Asian countries evolved against this backdrop. In fact, India and West Asia has pre-historical ties.   Second, partly as a consequence of this change in flows and partly owing to the fiscal stress faced by the trans-Atlantic economies, West Asia is looking to India and other Asian powers .