India-ASEAN Partnership in an Era of Globalization: Reflections by Eminent Persons

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Review

"The impetus behind Indian engagements with ASEAN now extends beyond economic cooperation, has undergone considerable transformation in recent years and is still in a state of flux. This book is invaluable in the insights it provides into this transforming relationship" (Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies).

"This book is essential reading for anyone who likes to know changing episodes of India-ASEAN relations after the end of the Cold War and some detailed analyses of the Asian Financial Crisis in its root causes and lessons" (ASIEN).

About the Publication

The ASEAN-India partnership has steadily evolved from India becoming a sectoral dialogue partner of ASEAN in 1992 to annual summit level interaction in 2002. The India-ASEAN Eminent Persons Lecture Series was launched in December 1996 with the objective to promote awareness about the reality and potential of the India-ASEAN partnership into the 21st century.
           Since its launch the Lecture Series coordinated by the RIS has established itself as an institution of influence and standing. Lectures have been delivered in India by very distinguished statesmen and experts from the ASEAN countries and by equally noted Indian experts. These Lectures provide valuable reflections on a number of themes concerning the ASEAN-India partnership in the current context of globalization.
           This volume puts together these reflections, which present visionary perspectives on many issues of current development concerns in this part of the world. The book will be useful for policy-makers as well as scholars.
          
          
          
          

Co-publication: ISEAS / RIS

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies / Research and Information System for the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries

Contents

Preliminary pages
PART I: INDIA-ASEAN RELATIONS: A VISIONARY PERSPECTIVE
1. Prospects for Improving India-ASEAN Economic Cooperation, by Mahathir Mohamad, author
PART II: GLOBALIZATION AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMIC CRISIS: IMPERATIVES FOR COOPERATION
2. Building India-ASEAN Synergy in an Era of Globalization: Lessons from the East Asian Economic Crisis, by Thaksin Shinawatra, author
3. The East Asian Economic Crisis: Lessons Learnt and Prospects for Recovery, by Tommy Koh Thong Bee, author
4. Monetary Policy and the Banking System in Indonesia: Some Lessons, by Soedradjad Djiwandono, author
5. The Financial Crisis and the Reshaping of the Malaysian Economy: Trends and Issues, by Mohamed Ariff, author
6. Capital Flows and Controls: Lessons from East Asia and India, by C Rangarajan, author
PART III: INDIA-ASEAN PARTNERSHIP: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
7. ASEAN-India Partnership: Opportunities and Challenges, by Syed Hamid Albar, author
8. ASEAN-India Partnership Towards the Next Millennium, by Soubanh Srithirath, author
9. International Relations in the Era of Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities for IndiaASEAN Cooperation, by Ali Alatas S H, author
10. ASEAN-India Dialogue Relations: Present and Prospects, by Nguyen Dy Nien, author
11. ASEAN-India Summit Partnership: Challenges and Prospects, by Hor Namhong, author
12. ASEAN and India: A Partnership for Our Time, by Rodolfo C Severino, author
13. Brotherly Engagement: India, China and ASEAN, by Kavi Chongkittavorn, author
PART IV: SOME STRATEGIC SECTORS OF COOPERATION: FOOD SECURITY, HEALTH, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CULTURE
14. Building a National Nutrition Security System, by M S Swaminathan, author
15. Space Remote Sensing for Sustainable Development, by U R Rao, author
16. Health and Development: A Two Way Relationship, by P N Tandon, author
17. Management of Innovation in the Developing World: The New Challenge, by R A Mashelkar, author
18. Corporate Governance: A Luxury or A Must, by Narayana N R Murthy, author
19. Problems of Maintaining Cultural Sovereignty in a Technologically Globalized World, by Juwono Sudarsono, author
Annex 1: Schedule of the India-ASEAN Eminent Persons Lectures

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