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Look East Policy and Indias North East : Polemics and Perspectives

Thingnam Kishan Singh

ISBN 10: 8180694488 / ISBN 13: 9788180694486
Published by Concept, New Delhi, 2009
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Contents Preface. I. Trends and background 1. India's look east policy origins and conceptualization/Thingnam Kishan Singh. 2. Mapping India's look east policy shifting alignments/Konthoujam Indrakumar. II. The north east perceived threat 3. Development and discontent meet in the north east perspective on India's look east policy/Ajailiu Niumai. 4. Imagining the north east through look east policy towards a contextual understanding/Konthoujam Indrakumar. 5. India's LEP and the north east a study on environmental impact/Laishram Churchill. III. Manipur clouds of uncertainties redefining frontiers through LEP 6. Redefining frontier through LEP a colonial articulation of Manipur/Sanjeev Thingnam. 7. Look east policy and Manipur uncertain trajectories ambiguities a synoptic view/Senate Khuraijam. 8. India's look east policy and Manipur's economy a critical scrutiny/Hanjabam Isworchandra Sharma. 9. Understanding underdevelopment contextual reading of India's look east policy and Manipur/Thingnam Kishan Singh. IV. Myanmar factor and the global dynamics 10. Indo Myanmar relations in the greater perspective of India's look east policy implications on Manipur/Langpoklakpam Suraj Singh. 11. Trade security and strategic concerns the politics of India's look east policy/Sanatomba Kangujam. 12. Look east policy its gaze and danger in the north east/Hanjabam Gyanendro Sharma. 13. India's look east policy and the political an interrogation into the survey of the global in Manipur/Hidam Premananda. Index. This compendium of thirteen essays earlier published in alternative perspectives (formerly known as alternative frames) attempts to examine the dynamics of India's look east policy (LEP) and its impact on northeast region with special focus on Manipur. Tracing the origin and conceptualisation of India's look east policy the contributors explain the multi dimensions of relations between India and Southeast Asia. They also deliberate on the development strategies in the northeast region the conceptualisation of the region as a frontier periphery LEP's ecological and environmental implications underdeveloped nature of Manipur's socio economic landscape effect of look east policy on the economy of the northeast Indo Myanmar relations the paradox of growing Indian support for military rule in Myanmar and the nature of disfunction anticipated in a land like Manipur. 226 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 73217

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Publisher: Concept, New Delhi

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