India and Bay of Bengal Community: The BIMSTEC Experiment

T. Nirmala Devi (Ed.)

Verlag: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007
ISBN 10: 8121209307 / ISBN 13: 9788121209304
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The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India`s increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. Contents: Foreword/Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India & Chairman, CSCAP (India) Preface Introduction/T. Nirmala Devi Part I : INDIA`S ROLE IN BIMSTEC : 1. India and BIMST-EC : Experiment with Sub-regional Cooperation/P.V. Rao 2. India`s Role in BIMST-EC : Prospects and Problems/A. Lakshmana Chetty 3. India`s Trade and Investment Opportunities in BIMSTEC/Indra Nath Mukherji & Nawal K. Paswan 4. India`s New Regionalism in Asia : Look East and BIMSTEC Interface/Tridib Chakraborthy Part II : COOPERATION IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN BIMSTEC : 5. Challenges and Opportunities for BIMSTEC/K.C. Reddy 6. Economic Cooperation in BIMSTEC : Emerging Trends and Prospects/T. Nirmala Devi 7. Regional Economic Arrangements : Understanding the Growth of BIMSTEC/Padmaja Murthy 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC : Towards a Bay of Bengal Economic Community/P. Leela 9. Possibilities of Cooperation in BIMSTEC Countries/K. Sreerama Murthy, K. Sailaja & R. Radha Part III : Political PERSPECTIVES ON BIMSTEC : 10. Development of BIMST-EC : Nature and Direction, Challenges and Issues/B.C. Upreti 11. Political and Foreign Policy Perspectives of BIMSTEC/M. Chandrasekhar & G. Raw Kumar Rao 12. Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Co-operation : Implications on the Bay of Bengal/V. Srilatha 13. Re-envisioning India-Myanmar Relations/B. Meena Rao & S. Subba Rao 14. A Study on India`s Political-Economic Relations with Some BIMSTEC Nations/A. Vanajamani Part IV : COOPERATION IN Science AND Technology IN BIMSTEC : 15. Coastal and Oceanic Resources of Bay of Bengal - Scope for Scientific and Technical collaboration/P. Rajendra Prasad 16. Some Views on Possible Collaboration in Science and Technology among Bay of Bengal Economic Community with Emphasis on Space, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/A. Narayana Swamy & A. Sivaparvathi 17. International Cooperation in BIMSTEC for Marine Archaeology/E.V. Gangadharam Part V : HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF BIMSTEC : 18. The Asian Drama of BIMSTEC, SAARC, and ASEAN Countries/G Ramachandrudu, Ch. Appa Rao & A. Rajani 19. Strategies for the Achievement of Regional Cooperation in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Road Transport/D. Panduranga Rao & K.V. Mohan Kumar 20. Disaster Management and BIMSTEC : Special Focus on Indian Scenario/C. Praseeda 21. Social and Economic Aspects of Development in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Women/P. Tara Kumari 22. Gender Mainstreaming in Trade Policies in BIMSTEC/B. Ratna Kumari 23. Gender Inequity in BIMSTEC Countries : An Overview/G. Lakshmi & S. Vanaja Rani Printed Pages: 392. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 35713

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Inhaltsangabe: The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India's increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. About The Author:- T. Nirmala Devi is professor and Director of the Center for SAARC Studies, Andhra University Visakhapatnam. After obtaining Ph. D. in Economics She has been working on South Asian studies for over two decades. She was a Baden- Wurttemberg Fellow at the South Asia Institute University of Heidelburg, Germany. Her other areas of interest are international economic, women's studies and demographic studies. Besides co-editing two books, WTO and Implications for South Asia (2006) and Regional Cooperation in South Asia: New Dimension (2002): she has authored three books, viz., Population and Development in SAARC (1996); Socio-Economic profile of SAARC Countries (1994); and Regional Economic and nearly sixty research papers on South Asia to her Credit. Contents:- Contents, Foreword, Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East),

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Verlag: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.
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