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Look East to Act East Part 2
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This lesson deals with detailed discussion on ACT EAST policy of PM Modi. It also focuses on the challenges that India might face in having a substantial shift from our Look East Policy. The lesson ends with trying to look at the possible solutions that must be in place for true realisation of our potential in our Eastern Neighborhood.

Aaditya Mishra
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Thanku Sir.. Kindly post new lectures with whatever enhancement had taken place till now..
An awesome series, thanks!! Kindly update with more videos for 2018 exam.
Hi..Aaditya,will you complete the polity series before prelim? Your polity series are superb..when you are going to continue?
Aaditya Mishra
3 years ago
Polity series will start from March end. I will try my level best then to cover the whole syllabus before your prelims. But at present I would suggest you to continue with your self preparation on the basis of the strategy that I have given. I seriously think it is going to be beneficial.
Ram TRIPATHY
3 years ago
superb lessions sir comprehensive anaysis of AEP
Piyush Mirje
3 years ago
PLZZ complete the series...its good for fresher...
Relation with Japan , USA and Russia if you can plz
I really appreciate your way. Million of thanks
  1. "LOOK" EAST TO " ACT" EAST- POLICY CHANGES PRESENTED BY: AADITYA MISHRA


  2. COLLECTION: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS About me: Graduation from NIT, Bhopal- 2015 Wrote Mains Pdf of this lesson is available at ISSUU.COM (link in le at ISSUU.COM (link in the description below) Follow me: RATE, REVIEW & RECOMMEND Contribute if this helps you. Mishra


  3. DIMENSIONS OF INDIA'S RELATIONS WITH ASEAN SECURITY, TRADE, INVESTMENT, CONNECTIVITY AND CAPACITY BUILDING, AND STRENGTHENING PEOPLE-TO -PEOPLE LINKAGES


  4. PM MODI'S ACT EAST- NAME GAME OFR SOME REAL CHANGE


  5. ACT EAST POLICY- ENGAGEMENTS Changes in the region starting from Bangladesh to USA, also includes China. New High level visits and High Octane Diplomay-> Bilateral engagement ( Myanmar made key pillar); Mongolia (1st time visit), S.Korea (special partnership); Japan( 1st country outside the S Asia and made Special and Strategic global partnership, increasing defence coop, Malabar exercise expansion); Deeper engagement with USA (LEMOA, Joint vision statement for Asia Pacific); Australia (rejuvenation of relationship PM visit after 3 decades) India's post on S china Sea and willingness to sell offensive weapons to Vietnam


  6. AMB RAJIV BHATIA HAS GIVEN FOLLOWING DIMENSIONS OF NEW AEP 1. The focus on tangible action and concrete results is inherent in the change from 'Look' to 'Act' 2. While ASEAN continues to be the central pillar or core of the policy, South Block is investing much more (than before) in deepening cooperation with the extended region, comprising in particular US, Japan, Australia and South Korea, in order to cope with a marked increase in China's assertiveness. 3. Consequently, the third feature is boldness on India's part in the security, defence and strategic domain. 4. India might become even more cordial and cooperative with ASEAN, but hard-nosed too. At the first summit itself, the Indian PM called for conducting 'a review of our free trade agreement.' A strong push is being given to negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) with the aim to conclude them in 2016. Besides, higher dedication was promised for creating "the trident" of commerce, culture and connectivity. 5. The new government indicated clearly that India's North Eastern Region (NER) would receive a higher priority in the implementation of AEP.


  7. ACT EAST- ASEAN POA 2016-20 3C'S -3C COMMERCE, CONNECTIVITY AND CULTURES Connectivity fast tracking Kaladan Multimodal, India Myanmar Thailand trilateral, rail link to Myanmar, border haats to develop NE (Moreh-tamu)(Phek n Pansat) Initiatives - a Project Development Fund with a substantial corpus of 500 crores (about $75 million) to develop manufacturing hubs in CLMV countries, a new Line of Credit of $1 billion to promote projects that support physical and digital connectivity between . India and ASEAN. Cultures use of soft power such as Buddhism, tourism, people-to-people contacts, and cultural ties with the region Commerce-Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technicaland Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) are projected to not only increase mutual economicproductivity but also promote peace and prosperity in the Northeast region; ASEAN and India need to pay greater attention to synergising development of their human resources pool through cooperation in education and skill development


  8. CHALLENGES IN AEP . INTERNAL EXTERNAL REGIONAL


  9. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS In the case of India's North East we have to proceed on three parallel tracks we must strengthen connectivity between the North East and the rest of India, . we must strengthen connectivity between the North East and the rest of we must improve connectivity among the States of North East themselves; and we must develop efficient cross border linkages between the NorthEast and neighbouring countries such as Nepal, Bhutan,Bangladesh and Myanmar.


  10. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS REGIONAL-CHINA, ASEAN, RCEP, CMLY BILATERALLY - USA, JAPAN, KOREA, AUSTRALIA.