Book title: India-Vietnam Strategic Partnership: Exploring Vistas for Expanded Cooperation
Author(s): Vijay Sakhuja (Ed.)
ISBN: 9788182745490
Publication Year: 2011
Binding: HB
Pages: 216
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About the Book:

The two-millennium contacts between India and Vietnam brought them closer to take a common stand on various issues of international significance and stood their diplomatic relations in good stead during the bipolar Cold War era and the contemporary phase of globalization. India’s integration with the ASEAN process has made India and Vietnam to reinforce the contours of their strategic partnership which owes much to their common concerns and interests in the Asia-Pacific region rather than compulsions of time. The views expressed and the inferences drawn in this anthology are coherent and thought-provoking for the policy-makers and scholarly community concerned with the Indian-Vietnam burgeoning partnership in the context of prospects for the emerging New Asia and Asian Century. Being acquainted with the developments in the Southeast Asian and Pacific regions for over four decades. I am fully convinced that this compendium is timely as it is being published when India-Vietnam multifaceted relations are poised for a leapfrog.




About the Author:
Dr. Vijay Sakhuja is Director (Research), Indian Council of World Affairs, a leading think tank in New Delhi. A former Indian Navy Officer, Dr. Vijay Sakhuja received his Doctorate from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Dr. Vijay Sakhuja is author of `The Rise of Asian Maritime Power in the Twenty-first Century: Challenges for South East Asian Security`(2011) and `Confidence Building from the Sea: An Indian Initiative` (2000) and co-editor of Nagapatinam to Swarndweep: Reflections on Chola Naval Expedition to Souteast Asia (2010) and Marine Biodiversity & Fisheries Exploitation in the Indian Ocean: Threats and Opportunities (2009). He is also Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studis (SEAS), Singapore since2006.

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