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Myanmar-India Interactions in the context of dynamic international environment
- Strategic interactions between rising India and changing Myanmar are the two interesting players to shape the twenty-first century Asia since Asia has been assumed as an important region for global development economically and politically. Under one and half years of new civilian administration, Myanmar President and State Counsellor paid visit to India and China alternatively in 2016 and 2017. These visits illustrate how Myanmar is paying careful attention to the major powers in the region. Rising India under Prime Minister Modi’s since 2014 and changing Myanmar are the two interesting actors to examine in the twenty-first century Asia. Myanmar sits on the blink of Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean, the busiest ocean and the most congested commercial shipping among the world’s sea-lanes becomes crucial for China, India and to the extent for Japan and the US on freedom of navigation in the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean regions. In this regard, Myanmar strategic location can also be observed in the India’s three strategic circles: inner circle, second circle, and outer circle. Insurgency in the Northeast India, which is border to Myanmar, is mentioned as one of the inner strategic circle of India. Indian Ocean and maritime security is regarded by India as second strategic circle and the East Asia in the east as part of outer strategic circles.
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