3 edition of Super power, India, and the Indian Ocean found in the catalog.
Super power, India, and the Indian Ocean
Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-311).
|LC Classifications||DS341 .K86 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||95911088|
India and the Indian Ocean: An Essay on the Influence of Sea Power on Indian History. Kavalam Madhava Panikkar. G. Allen & Unwin, Limited, - India - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. . The strategic environment in the Indian Ocean is changing fast. In the last few years we have seen growing strategic rivalry between major powers such .
The world is being told that China would ensure that its “all-weather friend” Pakistan would be used by it, to counter India’s naval power in . Hisessay, “Center Stage for the 21st Century: Power Plays in the Indian Ocean” continues to be cited in countless articles and paved the way for his book,Monsoon. Kaplan’s contribution was to explain the civilizational and political connections of disparate Asian, African and Middle Eastern players in the Indian Ocean.
After the Cold War, Washington welcomed a greater Indian role, with then–U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates encouraging India to be a "net provider of security in the Indian Ocean and beyond." 2 However, as China continues to expand its presence and deepen its engagements across the Indo-Pacific, there is a new geopolitical competition. The Indian Ocean and its tributary waters bear the imprint of that great, proselytizing wave of Islam that spread from its Red Sea base across the longitudes to India and as far as Indonesia and Malaysia, so a map of these seas /5(24).
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Monsoon is a book about the geography and geopolitics of the Indian Ocean India. It could be described as a travelogue, but Kaplan is deeply interested in the politics of South Asia as well. And the Indian Ocean book travels from west to east, from Yemen to Indonesia, describing the histories, current political climates, and ambitions of the countries ringing this 4/5.
In fact, India could learn from its former colonial master, Britain, which rose from a second-tier European power into a globe-girdling empire.
out of 5 stars robert kaplan's book on monsoon the indian ocean & the future of american power Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Verified PurchaseCited by: India lies in the cultural region of the Indian Ocean - a zone with unprecedented potential for growth in the scale of transoceanic commerce, with many Eurasian and increasingly Afro-Asian sea-trade routes passing through or close to Indian territorial subcontinent's land and water resources, though strained, are still sustaining its massive population.
Superpower is a country with a dominant position with the ability to exert influence or project power on a global scale through the combined-means of military, economic, diplomatic, technological and cultural influence. The United States is undeni. “When Vasco da Gama breached the Indian Ocean, the playing field had just been vacated by the one force capable of repelling him.” ― William J.
Bernstein, A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World from Prehistory to Today. India and the Indian Ocean: An Essay on the Influence of Sea Power on Indian History Hardcover – January 1, by K.M. Panikkar (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover Cited by: The Super power rivalry between India and Pakistan has entered into the Indian Ocean, where India wants to achieve considerable control. Pakistan is fighting to maintain a balance between the two in this arena.
The Indian Ocean is the third largest body of water, covering 20% of the Earth’s surface and accounting for million square miles. Indian Ocean littoral growing interest in the Indian Ocean in countries. China’s general and the Arabian Sea in particular is directly tied to its worries about the vulnerability of its tankers as they ply the sea lanes carrying oil from the Persian Gulf to China,as well as the large container ships that travel nearly the same sea lanes toFile Size: KB.
India is in the throes of rekindling ambitions to be a maritime power. David Brewster, an analyst from Australia, a littoral country of both oceans, gives a useful if limited assessment of whether. Superpower Rivalry in the Indian Ocean Indian and American Perspectives Selig S.
Harrison and K. Subrahmanyam. Indian and American experts, reflecting different perspectives and areas of expertise, here examine the political, ethnic, and religious factors that have escalated superpower tensions in India and its nearby Islamic states.
The Indian politicians, often resorting to corruption, playing always the opportunist(the recent Congress-SP marriage proves it), indulging in vote bank politics while sacrificing the nations interest, are certainly not acting as the perfect propellers to aid India’s becoming a superpower.
This study then examines the extent to which China’s unprecedented naval presence in the Indian Ocean has dovetailed with the Zheng He storyline and with the larger strategy of easing regional misgivings about Chinese maritime power. Finally, the paper analyzes how India, a target audience, is responding to China’s narrative, drawing Author: Toshi Yoshihara.
Summary: Already the world's preeminent energy and trade interstate seaway, the Indian Ocean will matter even more as India and China enter into a dynamic great-power rivalry in these waters. Robert D. Kaplan, a National Correspondent for The Atlantic and a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, in Washington, D.C., is writing.
The Indian Ocean is the third-largest of the world's oceanic divisions, cover, km 2 (27, sq mi) or % of the water on the Earth's surface. It is bounded by Asia to the north, Africa to the west, and Australia to the east. To the south it is bounded by the Southern Ocean or Antarctica, depending on the definition in use.
Along its core, the Indian Ocean has Coordinates: 20°S 80°E /. SUPER-POWER RIVALRY IN THE INDIAN OCEAN: RESPONSES OF INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA In the previous Chapter, we had briefly described the economic and strategic interests of South Africa in the Indian Ocean region.
The reigning super-powers of the world, in the peak period of the Cold War. India is poised to emerge as an economic superpower, driven in part by its young population, while China and the Asian Tigers age rapidly, according to Deloitte LLP.
Power rivalry in the Indian Ocean June 1,pm. By Neville Ladduwahetty. A report in The Island of states: "Japanese government plans to invest in port development in three Indian Ocean nations – Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh – as part of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ‘free and open Indo-Pacific strategy’ informs the.
Over seven chapters, Karnad discusses what it means to be a great power, India's options in developing a coalition of littoral or rimland states to moderate Chinese. India’s Once & Future Sea Power.
Recent Features underlying mine and two colleagues’ recent book on Indian Naval Strategy in and chokepoints around the Indian Ocean basin—including Author: James R. Holmes. As tensions increase in the South and East China Seas, Dhruva Jaishankar of Brookings India talks to Dr David Brewster from the ANU National Security College about how these issues may play out in.Welcome to the website for Indian Ocean Books, Maps, and Prints.
Larry W. Bowman, Ph.D., PO BoxStores, CT,USA. - Buy Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power book online at best prices in India on Read Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5().