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From the publisher:   India has espoused the notion of building ‘South-South’ relations with other developing countries in recent years. The ASEAN countries, in particular, have come to play an important part in India’s trade and policy considerations over the last decade. This book argues that India is responding strongly to the growth of the Asia-Pacific region which is now of elevated importance in India’s strategic and foreign policy calculations. India and Southeast Asia provides a close contextual analysis of India’s interests and perceptions in the region during the 40 years of independence, putting it in the context ofIndia’s broad strategic and foreign policy framework, including an analysis of superpower relations and involvement. It argues that New Delhi now sees the future of Southeast Asia as closely linked to its own.

[/tippy] India and Southeast Asia: Indian Perceptions and Policies.London: Routledge, 1990.

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