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LATEST WEB PUBLICATIONS

Surbhi Moudgil  17 Jul 2017

India and Indonesia now look at each other for achieving complementary regional support, and can envisage their future as collaborating regional powers, reinforcing their strategic convergences to ensure a favourable regional balance. While both the countries aim to maintain peace, progress and prosperity in the region, they also seek to strengthen their relations with regional countries.
Issue Brief

  14 Jul 2017

Making Waves’ is a compilation of maritime news and news analyses drawn from national and international online sources. Drawn directly from original sources, minor editorial amendments are made by specialists on maritime affairs. It is intended for academic research, and not for commercial use.
E-News Brief

Kapil Narula  10 Jul 2017

The high-level United Nations (UN) conference to support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 (SDG 14) was held at UN Headquarters, New York from 5 to 9 June 2017. The event was specially convened to build international momentum for the implementation of SDG 14 and coincided with the World Oceans Day, celebrated every year on 08 June.
View Point

G. Padmaja  06 Jul 2017

In an interview to The Hindu, newspaper the Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said,Namami Brahmaputra was mainly organised to connect Assam with the rest of the world through the Brahmaputra river. This was the most viable waterway during the British regime, Brahmaputra to Padma and the Bay of Bengal. Our finished products could find a global market. For 70 years, this has been stopped. We want to re-open that route for speedy growth.
Issue Brief

Shahana Thankachan  03 Jul 2017

The Asia Africa Growth Corridor is an initiative of India and Japan, the stated objective of which is improving economic connectivity between Asia and Africa through industrial networks and capacity building measures. The origin of the idea can be traced back to the November 2016 Joint Statement issued by India and Japan during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Japan. The statement referred to “improving connectivity between Asia and Africa through realizing a free and open Indo-Pacific as vital to the entire region.”
Issue Brief

Seminar on India's Act East and Indonesia's Global Maritime Fulcrum: Exploring Potential for future Cooperation, New Delhi, 19th July 2017

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