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Superpowers and security in the Indian Ocean

Syed Anwar Husain

Superpowers and security in the Indian Ocean

A South Asian perspective

by Syed Anwar Husain

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Published by Academic Publishers .
Written in English


The Physical Object
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Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9198983M
ISBN 109840800477
ISBN 109789840800476

Homepage | HCSS. Emerging Challenges in Indian Ocean Region: Role of Pakistan Navy Muhammad Azam Khan 92 CHAPTER 7 Maritime Security Dynamics in Indian Ocean: Pak-China-India Lt. Cdr. (R) Adil Rashid CHAPTER 8 Contemporary Geopolitics of Indian Ocean and Great Power Competition over Gwadar Dr A. Z. Hilali CHAPTER 9.

This book provides a synoptic view of the Indian Ocean and maritime security in its contested waters. Using a historical approach, it reveals vital links to events in the present day. 9. Political and Security Dynamics in the Indian Ocean Region: Role of Extra-regional Powers was published in Political and Security Dynamics of South and Southeast Asia on page

  Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific by Howard M. Hensel (Editor); Amit Gupta (Editor) Scholars and policy makers have traditionally viewed portions of the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific as separate and discrete political, economic, and military regions. In recent years, however, a variety of economic, political, and military forces have made many within the . international shipping in the Indian Ocean. Moreover, sea-based terrorism can also be aimed against targets on land. The ‘26/11’ Mumbai attacks in are a dramatic illustration of this. The other main source of insecurity relates to the rise of new naval powers in the Indian Ocean. While piracy and terrorism in the Indian Ocean are current.


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Superpowers and security in the Indian Ocean by Syed Anwar Husain Download PDF EPUB FB2

The author examines the geopolitics of the region in historical perspective and describes the evolution of U.S. and Soviet strategy in the Indian Ocean. The central theme of the book is that the naval deployments of the superpowers should be seen in the context of each power's economic and security interests rather than in the context of military rivalry.

This book is required reading for anyone who wants to understand the strategic equation among superpowers and littoral states in the Indian Ocean."--Gary Sick About the Author Selig S. Harrison is at Carnegie Endowment for International by: 2. The author examines the geopolitics of the region in historical perspective and describes the evolution of U.S.

and Soviet strategy in the Indian Ocean. The central theme of the book is that the. (Note for Jacket--see Marketing File-so/10/26]The vast, politically turbulent region encompassing the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, forty-two littoral states, and one third of the world's population is one of the most potentially explosive theaters of superpower rivalry.

In this study, three American and three Indian authors, reflecting different perspectives and areas of expertise, examine. The paper focuses on the interaction between the presence of the superpowers in the Indian Ocean and the regional conflicts which have caused concern in the last decade.

It first presents an historical survey of external involvement in the Indian Ocean and defines the region in its geographical context. Then. This book complements the material presented in its companion volume, Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific, by analysing the perceptions, interests, objectives, maritime capabilities, and policies of the major maritime powers operating in the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific.

In addition, the book also assesses the contemporary maritime challenges. Superpower Rivalry in the Indian Ocean: Indian and American Perspectives Selig S.

Harrison, K. Subrahmanyam (Note for Jacket--see Marketing File-so/10/26]The vast, politically turbulent region encompassing the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, forty-two littoral states, and one third of the world's population is one of the most potentially. The author examines the geopolitics of the region in historical perspective and describes the evolution of U.S.

and Soviet strategy in the Indian Ocean. The central theme of the book is that the naval deployments of the superpowers should be seen in the context of each power's economic and security interests rather than in the context of military : Rasul B.

Rais. and strategic interests of South Africa in the Indian Ocean region. The reigning super-powers of the world, in the peak period of the Cold War, had their own economic and strategic interests in the Indian Ocean, which occupied a centre-stage in their foreign policy perspectives.

This is the subject matter of this Chapter. Introduction. Indian Ocean security is now no longer the domain of colonial states or superpowers, but has become multifaceted and dynamic.

New role players such as competition between the superpowers. The resultant security balance in the region dissipated when the Cold War came to.

This book provides a synoptic view of the Indian Ocean and maritime security in its contested waters. Using a historical approach, it reveals vital links to events in the present day. In this issue, scholars from Asia, Europe and the US examine institutions and examples of maritime governance within the Indian Ocean including security arrangements, evolving forms of alliance building and counter-balancing, policy planning and forecasting.

This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of the Indian Ocean Region. Superpower Rivalry in the Indian Ocean Indian and American Perspectives Selig S.

Harrison and K. Subrahmanyam. Indian and American experts, reflecting different perspectives and areas of expertise, here examine the political, ethnic, and religious factors that have escalated superpower tensions in India and its nearby Islamic states. India needs to adopt a more structured and holistic approach if it is to successfully address the diverse range of security challenges confronting it in the Indian Ocean Region.

A long-term maritime policy of working in close strategic co-operation with the likes of the United States, Japan and Australia, together with the states in its maritime neighbourhood, will be required.

The Indian Ocean Region: Security, Stability and Sustainability in the 21st Century Contents A Message from the Director 9 I. Executive summary of the report 11 II.

The Changing Security Dynamics of the Indian Ocean Region 16 1. Security as a multidimensional concept 16 The emergence of a new security agenda 17 Constructing security Introduction.

This book uniquely employs risk and vulnerability approaches to advocate international policy options for enhancing maritime security cooperation in the Indian Ocean region. Indian Ocean ports handle about 30% of global trade and half of the word’s container traffic traverses the ocean.

However, the Indian Ocean has some of the world’s most important choke points, notably the Straits of Hormuz, Malacca, and the Bab-el Mandeb. This new handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the issues facing naval strategy and security in the twenty-first century.

Featuring contributions from some of the world’s premier researchers and practitioners in the field of naval strategy and security, this handbook covers naval security issues in diverse regions of the world, from the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean to the.

Indian Ocean. Moreover, sea-based terrorism can also be aimed against targets on land. The ’26/11’ Mumbai attacks in are a dramatic illustration of this. The other main source of insecurity relates to the rise of new naval powers in the Indian Ocean.

While piracy and terrorism in the Indian Ocean are current issues, so-called. Book Description: The Indian Ocean, with its critical routes for global commerce, is a potentially volatile location for geopolitical strife. Even as the region's role in the international economy and as a highway to conflict zones increases, the US has failed to advance a coherent strategy for protecting its interests in the Indian Ocean or for managing complex diplomatic relationships across.

This book uniquely employs risk and vulnerability approaches to advocate international policy options for enhancing maritime security cooperation in the Indian Ocean region. Understanding shared risks and common vulnerabilities that impact the achievement of mutual objectives in the oceanic domain present practical bases for progressing.in all, the Indian Ocean area is weak and undefended if one or more major outside powers decides to interfere militarily in the ~ffairs of the area.

The temptation among the major outside powers to influence the course of events in the area in a manner that would strengthen their own roles in .Superpower rivalry in the Indian Ocean.

[Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security], (OCoLC) Online version: George, Paul. Superpower rivalry in the Indian Ocean. [Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security], (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document.