Modi's policy transition from Look East to Act East: a new initiative Online publication date: Thu, 08-Feb-2018
by Parshuram Sial
International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies (IJHRCS), Vol. 5, No. 3/4, 2017
Abstract: Modi's policy transition from Look East to Act East is a strategic driver for India and establishing as a powerful player in the East Asian region. India has great opportunities in forging new relations in trade and cultural cooperation with East Asian countries. East Asia and South East Asia are priority areas for economic and strategic reasons. Modi tries to integrate Indian economy with entire world focusing Yoga and Buddhism as a dynamic and action oriented cultural diplomacy. India has been paying keen attention on South China Sea and in the region without interfering. Though Modi's 'Act East' is based on economic and to follow more diplomatic, strategic and security interest in East and South East Asia. India is trying to be a major regional power through soft power strategy building cooperation in terms of energy and security.
Online publication date: Thu, 08-Feb-2018
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