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What is India’s Look East Policy?

India’s Look East policy, which was initiated in 1991, marked a strategic shift in India’s perspective of the world. It was developed and enacted during the government of Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao and rigorously pursued by the successive governments of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan... 

India’s Look East Policy – A Review

‘India’s Look East Policy is not merely an external economic policy; it is also a strategic shift in India’s vision of the world and India’s place in the evolving global economy. Most of all it is about reaching out to our civilizational neighbors in South East Asia and East Asia‘–... 

Border Trade Between India And Myanmar Through Moreh: Its Trends And Problems

Introduction: No economy in the world is perfectly independent. Every country is interdependent to one another economically. In the absence of international trade, it will be very difficult for a country to develop. As a result of this, international trade is regarded as the engine of growth of an economy.... 

India’s North-East: Rejuvenating A Conflict-Riven Economy

Mr. Sachdeva presents an appropriate case study to assess the main reasons for the failure of India‘s existing policy framework for the uplift of economically backward and isolated regions. The failure of this framework has been frequently cited as one of the main reasons for the emergence of insurgency... 

Economic Opportunities Or Continuing Stagnation

THE northeastern region of India has often been visualized as the remote landlocked backward region of a dynamic economy on the march. The difference between the potential and actual economic performance is most startling for the region that has large international borders with several neighbors like...