Foreign Policy of India and Asia-Pacific
Edited by: K. Raja Reddy
The Asia-Pacific region is home, not only for economic power houses like India, China, and Japan, but also for the emerging economies like Indonesia and Vietnam. Flash points, such as the South China Sea and the Korean peninsula, highlight the vulnerability of the region's security landscape. India - which is witnessing a high growth rate - is regarded as a strong and enduring Asia-Pacific partner. India's foreign policy is geared to meet the demands of the interdependent world whose watchwords are peace and development. This collection of 21 research papers provides invaluable insights on the ideas, facts, and figures about the Asia-Pacific region. The book will be useful for academics, analysts, business executives, policy planners, and students interested in seeking deeper insights into the emerging dynamics of this region.
Publication Date: 1/27/2012