INDIA-SOUTHEAST ASIA RELATIONS: DYNAMICS AND EXTERNAL DETERMINANTS

Rashmi Sehgal, Zarina Othman, Nor Azizan Idris

Abstract


This article presents a review of change in India-Southeast Asia relations, especially since the end of the Cold War. This time period is significant because India launched its “Look East Policy” in this time frame. The article makes important contributions by helping to gain an in depth understanding of the dynamics of this change. The article also analyses the effects of external determinants such as the fall of Soviet Union, economic rise of China and the role of the United States in India-Southeast Asia’s relations. In addition, the paper also briefly covers the position of India and Southeast Asia in this new world order. The article has adopted qualitative method with the review of the existing literature as a primary source of data.

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