Stability Through Economic Cooperation In A Nuclear Environment

Author by : Saira Yamin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Manohar Publishers
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Description : This Study Provides A Unique Opportunity To Explore Avenues For Economic Cooperation Across The India-Pakistan Divide Which Would Protect Their Individual Economies In The Face Of The Rapid Pace Of Globalization, To Maximize The Benefits And Minimize The Costs Of The Process.


Trade And Economic Development

Author by : Krishnalekha Sood
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited
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Description : Trade and Economic Development studies the recent developments in international economic relations through a detailed examination of three South Asian countries--India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The author presents the general economic indicators of the three countries and compares them to global indexes. The salient features of each country's economy, particularly trade and industrial performance, are examined. With an outline of these countries' developmental policies, resource bases, export potential, and import needs, Krishnalekha Sood discusses the potential of existing mechanisms for regional economic cooperation.


Misperceptions About India Pakistan Trade

Author by : S. Akbar Zaidi
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : "Larger political issues between India and Pakistan -- from border conflicts to mutual government mistrust to long-standing rivalry -- have been the main driver for the limited trade and economic cooperation between the two countries. This report, however, makes the case that working within existing protocols to enhance existing trade and cooperation, rather than addressing the more obvious and chronic political issues, is necessary to peacebuilding in the region"--Publisher's web site.


India Pakistan Relations

Author by : P. M. Kamath
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bibliophile South Asia
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Description : Arises Out Of A Seminar Held At Bombay In April 2004. Papers On Different Facets Of The Theme - India-Pakistan Relations - 14 Contributions By Eminent Thinkers Are Present Here - Covers Economic And Political Relations And Suggestions In Respective Areas.


China Pakistan Strategic Cooperation

Author by : Swaran Singh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Manohar Publishers
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Description : This Book Is An Attempt To Collate Indian Perspectives On The Multifaceted Themes And Sectors Of China-Pakistan Strategic Cooperation. China-Pakistan Ties Have Been A Major Obsession Amongst Indian Opinion And Policy-Makers.


India Pakistan Relations With Special Reference To Kashmir

Author by : Ed. K.R. Gupta
Languange : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
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Description : The Response To The First Three Volumes Released Two And A Half Years Ago Was So Impressive That It Has Been Decided To Release This Fourth Volume. This Volume Has Been Brought Out At A Time When The Bilateral Relations Between India And Pakistan Are Improving Fast.The Volume Includes Articles By The Experts From Both India And Pakistan On The Subject As Well As Important Documents. The Volume Also Includes Some Documents Relating To The Period Before The Publication Of Three Volumes Because These Were Not Available At That Time.It Is Hoped That The Book Would Be Found Useful By The Students And Research Scholars Of India And Pakistan Concerned With International Relations. The Volume Would Also Be Useful To The Parliamentarians And Executives Of India And Pakistan Concerned With The Formulation And Execution Of Foreign Policy Of Their Respective Country. Even The Common Readers Interested In Indo-Pak Relations Would Find The Volumes Useful, Informative And Interesting.


Prospects For Indian Pakistani Cooperation In Afghanistan

Author by : Sadika Hameed
Languange : en
Publisher by : Center for Strategic & International studies
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Description : This report looks at possible areas of cooperation between Pakistan and India, particularly in Afghanistan. Three observations motivate this research. First, regional security will likely be achieved only if at least some degree of cooperation is attained among the region s primary state actors. Second, Afghanistan cannot advance economically or improve its security and governance without some cooperation from India and Pakistan. Third, although many observers view the idea of Pakistani and Indian cooperation with skepticism, there are likely significant security, governance, and economic advantages for both countries should they find more common ground."


India Pakistan And Bangladesh

Author by : Ātāura Rahamāna Khāna
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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India S Relations With Her Neighbours

Author by : Ramesh Trivedi
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : The present book offers a fascinating area of academic discourse which needs to be examined for a clear understanding of the elements of international politics which necessarily carry political ramification. It attempts to assess the bilateral relations, co-operations and contours of trades, accords and understandings. To be more precise, it deals with the treaties and accords, political and economic co-operations, trade relations, wars and conflicts of each neighbouring-nation with relation to India. The present book should be of interest to students, scholars, journalists and policy makers interested in the study of SAARC countries. It should be an indispensable reference for students of Political Science.


Pakistan S Thrust In The Muslim World

Author by : Surendra Chopra
Languange : en
Publisher by : South Asia Books
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Description : Study of Pakistan's foreign policy with special reference to its membership along with Iran and Turkey in the Regional Cooperation for Development later known as Economic Cooperation Organisation.


Wall At Wagah

Author by : Kuldip Nayar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : This is a monumental work, spread over five decades and more, from August 1947 to the 2003. All the articles of Kuldip Nayar on relations between India and Pakistan, with special focus on Kashmir, have been included in this volume. It is a history of wars and accords, of enmity and amity, of failures and successes. Many situations you would like to know are discussed as they happened, phase by phase. He tells about the meetings, suggests a solution to the Kashmir problem, reveals the adventures of Pakistani forces at Kargil and gives details of militants and their operations. This work will be a useful study for academicians, parliamentarians, politicians, students and all those who want to know about what has gone wrong between India and Pakistan.


India Pakistan Trade Normalisation

Author by : Nisha Taneja
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book explores the unfinished India–Pakistan Trade normalisation agenda (building upon the themes covered in the book “India-Pakistan Trade: Strengthening Economic Relations” published by Springer in 2014) and discusses the steps that must be undertaken in order to move the bilateral engagement forward. Given the commencement of bilateral state-level talks and the Indian government’s emphasis on South Asian integration, it adds impetus to the trade liberalisation process, while also providing essential recommendations for policymakers in both countries. The unfinished agenda faces obstacles such as the list of items for which export from India to Pakistan continues to be restricted; lack of land borders and seamless cross-border transport services, which hampers the realisation of trade potential; negative reporting in the media, which influences traders’ perceptions; and the continued occurrence of informal trade resulting from inadequacies of formal trade relations. The book examines various sectors, including the agricultural, textiles, automotive and pharmaceutical industries, given their predominance on the list of restricted items for bilateral trade. It also covers studies on unconventional and under-researched themes concerning informal trade, informational barriers to India–Pakistan trade, and opening new land borders for trade – all of which can play a facilitating role in realizing the untapped trade potential between India and Pakistan. The book also includes the second round of the India–Pakistan trade perception survey, which identifies impediments to India–Pakistan bilateral trade and assesses the change in traders’ perceptions since the first round of the survey, which was published in 2014.


Agriculture Trade And Regionalism In South Asia

Author by : Dean DeRosa
Languange : en
Publisher by : Intl Food Policy Res Inst
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Description : Like many other regional groups, the member countries of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)—Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka—have taken steps toward forming a regional free trade area. Will the SAARC Preferential Trading Arrangement (SAPTA) offer the substantial economic benefits, including food security, that South Asian leaders expect? This quantitative analysis compares the economic results of SAPTAwith two other trade liberalization schemes, (1) more liberal trade between SAARCand the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries, and (2) more liberal trade between SAARC and the world.


Six Decades Of Indo Us Pak Relations

Author by : Bankey Behari Nagaich
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : The present book, is unique as it contains chapters dealing with varying subjects like diversities in India, Pakistan and the United States; co-operation between India and US in economic, agricultural and other sectors; US perspective of India and India's perspective of US; nuclear issues and regional security; Kashmir imbroglio; international terrorism; and strategies of India, Pakistan, US, Russia, and China. The course of events discussed starts from early 1940s and ends with 2009, covering a wide geographical area and a variety of subjects. Thus, not only the spectrum is very wide but the relations (Indo-US-Pak) cover a long span of time, which could only be done by a team composed of an administrator, a military officer, a financial planner-cum-lawyer and a social worker.


Pakistan And The Alliances

Author by : Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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China Neighboring Asian Countries Relations

Author by : Li Xiangyang
Languange : en
Publisher by : Paths International Ltd
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Description : China has a myriad and diverse range of neighbours who are significant in their own right but are also of global importance. Asia accounts for 25% of global GDP.This book evaluates the potential for both co-operation and conflict within the Asian region Border problems and historical problems are still plaguing countries in the region and are affecting the relations between them. China and India have not yet resolved their land frontier issues. Furthermore, China has maritime disputes with Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The historical issues among China, Japan, and South Korea make the cooperation between them lack a basis of political mutual trust. Therefore, although there are close trade contacts among these countries, China, Japan, and South Korea have not reached any FTA. In South Asia, because of long-term India-Pakistan conflicts, South Asia's Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has been useless and is unable to effectively promote regional economic cooperation, which is a factor in pushing India to develop towards the East. These unstable factors have not only hindered the formation of long-term institutional arrangements on economic and trade cooperation within the region, but have also caused various unexpected events to disrupt existing cooperation. Throughout this book economic data and analysis is provided which gives an insight into the trade and financial links that bind this region together. Written by experts in China it gives a fascinating view of China's approach to its neighbours. China is assuming a more important role on the world stage but it is important to not forget the key role it plays in its own neighbourhood.


The United States And India 10 Years Out

Author by : Teresita C. Schaffer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : India and the United States have transformed their relationship in the past 20 years. Looking ahead a decade or more, this trend is likely to continue. The two countries can expect strong economic ties and a lively security relationship, including increased defense trade and especially stronger cooperation in the Indian Ocean. Economic issues will remain important drivers of Indian foreign policy. Cooperation on the global scene will have ups and downs, but the two countries will gradually find more areas where they can work together. As India's international trade encompasses more sophisticated and knowledge-based products, India will pursue economic interests that do not necessarily dovetail with those of the developing countries as a group. India-Pakistan relations are likely to remain brittle. India will continue to see China as its major strategic challenge.


Reconfiguring The China Pakistan Economic Corridor

Author by : Jeremy Garlick
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : There has been a great deal of speculation and prognostication about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The project’s name suggests it is intended to be an ‘economic corridor’ connecting Pakistan overland with China’s Xinjiang province. This book examines whether CPEC’s primary purpose is as an overland conduit for trade and economic cooperation between China and Pakistan. The key finding is that aims related to regional geopolitics and internal security have, in reality, a more significant impact. The book demonstrates that China’s goals in Pakistan are primarily geopolitical rather than geo-economic, since the notion of constructing an economic and transportation ‘corridor’ between Pakistan and China is logistically and economically problematic due to a range of foreseeable problems. Most importantly, border disputes with India and the containment of domestic separatism motivate are the driving forces for cooperation between the partners. This book will be of interest to scholars who research the BRI, as well as policy makers.


China And India

Author by : Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lynne Rienner Publishers
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Description : The hardline view of Sino-Indian relations found in the published reports of Indian and Chinese security analysts is often at considerable odds with the more tempered opinions those same analysts express in private interviews and conversations. What is the reality of the increasingly important security relationship between the two countries? The authors of this new study address that question in depth. Sidhu and Yuan explore a range of key issues, including mutual distrust and misperception (perhaps the most important factor), the undemarcated border, the status of Tibet and Sikkim, trade, the tussle over various nonproliferation treaties, terrorism, the regional roles of the U.S. and Pakistan, and the impact of domestic public opinion and special interests. They do see a trend toward a more pragmatic approach in Beijing and New Delhi to managing differences and broadening the agenda of common interests. Nevertheless, they conclude, significant obstacles remain to the amicable relationship necessary for regional peace and stability, posing a daunting challenge to policymakers in these two rising powers.


International Relations Theory And South Asia Oip

Author by : E. Sridharan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Bringing together scholarship from several South Asian countries, this volume understands conflict resolution and cooperation building in the region. The essays cover three inter-related issues-security; political economy-domestic politics; and the construction of identities and normative frameworks. They employ broader social-science theorizing, particularly in relation to political economy, to go beyond conceptualizations based on international relations theory. The volume takes a fresh look at the inter-relationships between issues and their analyses and eschews stand-alone topics such as Kashmir, nuclear policies, or regional cooperation. Combining theory with fieldwork, it provides diverse perspectives and arguments for a more nuanced picture of international relations in South Asia.