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Political and strategic changes in the Indian Ocean Region

Political and strategic changes in the Indian Ocean Region

implications for Australia

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Published by Indian Ocean Centre for Peace Studies, University of Western Australia in Nedlands, W.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indian Ocean Region,
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • National security -- Australia -- Congresses.,
    • Indian Ocean Region -- Strategic aspects -- Congresses.,
    • Australia -- Foreign relations -- 1945- -- Congresses.,
    • Australia -- Strategic aspects -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSamina Yasmeen, editor.
      GenreCongresses.
      SeriesMonograph / Indian Ocean Centre for Peace Studies ;, no. 8, Monograph (Indian Ocean Centre for Peace Studies) ;, no. 8.
      ContributionsYasmin, Samina.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA870 .P65 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 75 p. ;
      Number of Pages75
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL476379M
      ISBN 101863422196
      LC Control Number98201754
      OCLC/WorldCa30872287

      Adopting an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to the political geography of the Indian Ocean, this study analyses the Law of the Sea, evaluates the national legislation of those Indian Ocean littoral states which have proclaimed their maritime limits over offshore waters, examines the numerous bilateral and trilateral agreements on continental shelf and seabed limits of the states in the Author: Vivian L. Forbes. For India, the Indian Ocean is very important for projection of its power in world’s politics. 6. Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is located at a very strategic location in the Indian Ocean, where SLOC passes just miles away from its southernmost tip. Due to its strategic location, its ports can be easily used to .

      Start studying PPME (Enlisted) - Block 5 - How the Navy Plans Its Operations: Indian Ocean. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The First Key Shift in the Military Balance: Changes in in the Regional Struggle for Strategic Control and Influence. The analysis then addresses the first major set of changes in the balance. These include the shifts in political and strategic alignments of the United States, the Arab Gulf states, and Iran – shifts that go far beyond the Gulf.

      The Indian Ocean Commission (French: Commission de l'Océan Indien, COI) is an intergovernmental organization that links African Indian Ocean nations: Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Réunion (an overseas region of France), and Seychelles. There are also six observers: China, India, Japan, Sovereign Order of Malta the European Union and the Organisation internationale de la ship: Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, . Maritime Power Politics in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) Dr. Manuel Vermeer November Abstract The Indian Ocean Region (IOR) will be the crucial area of dispute in the 21st century. The article focuses on the Indian view and the aspects of the littoral states. File Size: KB.


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AU - Yasmeen, Samina. PY - Y1 - Author: Samina Yasmeen. The Indian Ocean Region (IOR) is one of the most areas of the world in human terms. It includes a wide variety of races, cultures, and religions.

The level of political stability, the quality of governance, demographic pressures, ethnic and sectarian tensions, and the pace of economic growth create a different mix of opportunity and risk in each state. ECONOMIC AND STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF THE INDIAN OCEAN the Indian Ocean region should be treated as one unit, in spite of An analysis of the region on the basis of the four criteria: geographic, political, strategic, economic and social, would be quite relevant at this stage Geographically, the Indian Ocean represents the states which File Size: 1MB.

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The Indian Ocean has emerged as a critical maritime space in the Asia-Pacific littoral in view of the transformed strategic, security and economic significance of the region. The Indo-Asia-Pacific region is the greatest maritime-littoral space that has the largest concentration of population, resources, developing economies, congested sea lanes.

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He travels from west to east, from Yemen to Indonesia, describing the histories, current political climates, and ambitions of the countries ringing this 4/5. There are important changes in regional and global demographics ahead of us. A profound rise in the number of citizens in the Indian Ocean Region in the next fifty years will have significant impacts on the state, on the nature and operation of markets and the neo-liberal framework they operate in, and raise new challenges for regional security.

As Australian national-security strategist Rory Medcalf wrote inthe term Indo-Pacific recognizes deepened connections between the Indian Ocean region and the Western Pacific. ADVERTISEMENTS: The Indian Ocean is the only ocean named after a country and it is named so on account of the dominant position of India in this region from ancient times.

Until recently, it was considered a neglected ocean. However, the Indian Ocean which has 36 littoral and 11 hinterland countries, has become one of [ ]. India and the Emerging Geopolitics of the Indian Ocean Region (August) Executive Summary: On August, the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies held a conference on the evolving strategic order in the Indian Ocean region and on India’s role in that environment.

The conference brought together senior diplomats, military officers and leading scholars from 13 nations. borders the ocean in east. Indian Ocean got its name after the huge Indian subcontinent in its north. It has remained an important area throughout the realms of history due to its unique strategic location and bulk of natural resources.

However, in recent periods more with File Size: KB. The Indian Ocean, with its critical routes for global commerce, is a potentially volatile location for geopolitical strife.

Even as the region's role in the international economy and as a highway to conflict zones increases, the US has failed to advance a coherent strategy for protecting its interests in the Indian Ocean or for managing complex diplomatic relationships across the region.

Charles Edel is a senior fellow and visiting scholar at the United States Studies Centre and the author of a recent report on the American presidency. Previously, he was associate professor of strategy and policy at the US Naval War College, and served on the US Secretary of State’s policy planning staff from to India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy.

Pacific — theaters of geo-political competition — into one strategic arc. social changes in the Indian Ocean Region and impacted India’s. Strengthening Delhi’s Strategic Partnerships in the Indian Ocean.

By Darshana M. Baruah. Print Download PDF. Introduction. The Indian Ocean region (IOR) is a critical juncture of the wider Indo-Pacific. It is one of the most crucial trade corridors that links the Middle East, Europe, Africa, South Asia, and Southeast and Northeast Asia.

The Australian National University’s David Brewster analyzes New Delhi’s ambitions for strategic leadership in the Indian Ocean Region.

Journalist Wade Shapard investigates a. Independent India was a typical continental power, mostly due to its difficult land border disputes with China and Pakistan.

During the Cold War days, India wanted that the major world powers should withdraw themselves from the Indian Ocean, presence of whom was actually a threat to India’s ideological inclination to the non-aligned movement.

Major Powers‘ Interests in Indian Ocean: Challenges and Options for Pakistan 3 Pakistan has to strive for a win-win situation in the IOR where most of the states should peacefully benefit from the dividends available in the Size: 2MB. The Indian Ocean, as a conduit of Middle East petroleum, is critical to China's energy security because it expects its demand for imported oil to _____ by Double During the 's and 's, ______________ gained so much power that they took on aspects of sovereignty.

The Indian Ocean rim region, home to around one-third of the world’s population, possesses a significant strategic economic value. Nearly half the world’s container traffic and 70% of the total traffic of petroleum products is accounted for by the Indian Ocean.

60, ships transit through it. China has, for the first time, attempted to spell out its strategy — and plans — to secure its interests in the Indian Ocean in its first “blue book” on the region, released here on Saturday.