INDIA AND ASEAN TRADE: LOOKING AT THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INDO- MYANMAR BORDER TRADE


Hmingthanpuii Ralte , C. Lalengkima
Asst Professor, St Xavier;s College
Abstract
India foreign policy is known best as ‘a mixture of change and continuity’. Before 1990s, India has given the impression to cooperate with the third world nations. India permanent interest in relating other nations is working together with non- aligned nations, and has swollen with pride of the founder of non-aligned movement. India has neither shown interest to be associated with any bloc nor looking the South Eastern Asian nations too. However, after 1991, the wind of change was blown in India foreign policy making; India has seeking to work together with Eastern Asian nations and inclined to cooperate with the Western powerful nations. India initiation to cooperate with South Eastern Asian nations is better known as ‘India Look East Policy’. It was acknowledged that India look east policy is paradigm shift where India has come across different environment. Look East Policy is an experiment policy where India seeking a global partner for lager cooperation.
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EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review(JEBR)

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Published on : 2021-09-04

Vol : 9
Issue : 9
Month : September
Year : 2021
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