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  • India’s Maritime Strategy In The Indo-Pacific
    India’s Maritime Strategy In The Indo-Pacific

    Category: Commentary
    Though India has always been seen as a continental power, it is worth remembering that it has a long coastline of 7516.6 kilometers. In the past, Indian influence and customs spread by the sea route to Southeast Asia, East Asia and many other parts of the world. The island of Bali, in Muslim-majority Indonesia is still a Hindu-majority island whereas the state philosophy of Indonesia is Pancasila, which is derived from the Sanskrit words “panca” meaning five and “sila” meaning principles. So why is India paying increased attention to the maritime domain?  
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    Indian Ocean

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  • In The Indian Ocean Region Japan Incorpo
    In The Indian Ocean Region Japan Incorpo

    Category: Book review
    Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur, from a Lorem Ipsum
  • China’s Claims Are In The Indian Ocean
    China’s Claims Are In The Indian Ocean

    Category: Commentary
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  • Japan Incorporates Senkaku Islands  The Indian
    Japan Incorporates Senkaku Islands The Indian

    Category: Security
    After several years of surveys, Japan incorporates the Senkaku Islands through a formal Cabinet decision. The incorporation is based on the islands having terra nullius status – they were unoccupied by any nation, belonging to no one. Tokyo argues that its incorporation was independent of its activities during the Sino-Japanese war. China disputes Japanese arguments that the Senkakus were truly terra nullius and that the 
  • Why Vanguard Bank and Why Now? Explaining Chinese Behavior in the South China Sea

    Category: Politics
    During the course of my recent discussions with Vietnamese interlocutors, one question has recurred: after a period of prolonged quiet in Vietnam-China relations in the South China Sea (SCS), why has Beijing all of a sudden decided to take a stand at Vanguard Bank? And one could easily further ask why at the same time Beijing opened a new front by conducting a major military exercise at the Paracel Islands? I think there are several components to answering these questions. First, although Vanguard Bank represents the worst Vietnam-China tensions in the SCS since the Haiyang Shiyou 981 oil rig standoff in May ...
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