Presented By-
Akhil Kumar Goyal
081107
Agenda
 About the Author
 Overview of Book
 The Asian Renaissance
 Can Asia become union as EU?
 Asian Geopolitics of...
Brahma Chellaney
 Professor of Strategic Studies at the New Delhi-based
Centre for Policy Research.
 Member of the Polic...
Overview
 Analysis of Rise of Asia by studying three major
powers – India, China and Japan.
 Rise of Asia
 Challenges i...
The Asian Renaissance
 Economic
 Large GDP
 High Growth Rate
 Capital Inflows
 Technological Advancement and developm...
Can Asia Become EU?
 Difference in Governance
 Restriction vs. transparency
 Resurgence Nationalism
 Rivalry between C...
Asian Geopolitics of Energy
 Dependency on Imports for Energy
 Relation of security issues with geopolitics
on energy
 ...
 Relationship between China, India and Japan.
 Shadow of historic conflict on current
relationship.
 Increasing trade v...
Measures to Avert Conflict
 Bilateral and Trilateral Commissions to
resolve history related dispute.
 Setting aside of h...
Conclusion
 This book gives a deep insight into
China-India-Japan relationship.
 Asia can emerge as a global pivot.
 Th...
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Asian Juggernaut

  1. 1. Presented By- Akhil Kumar Goyal 081107
  2. 2. Agenda  About the Author  Overview of Book  The Asian Renaissance  Can Asia become union as EU?  Asian Geopolitics of Energy  Equation in strategic Triangle  Measures to avert Conflict in Asia  Conclusion
  3. 3. Brahma Chellaney  Professor of Strategic Studies at the New Delhi-based Centre for Policy Research.  Member of the Policy Advisory Group headed by the External Affairs Minister of India.  Commentator on regional and international issues in the field of strategic affairs.
  4. 4. Overview  Analysis of Rise of Asia by studying three major powers – India, China and Japan.  Rise of Asia  Challenges in acting as union  Competition on acquiring energy resources.  Historical factor and rising conflicts  Importance of mutual cooperation and measure to act as a United ASIA.
  5. 5. The Asian Renaissance  Economic  Large GDP  High Growth Rate  Capital Inflows  Technological Advancement and development.  Politic  Largest Democracy and Autocracy.  Increasing Influence  Rising threat of terrorism.  Social  Population  Rich – poor divide
  6. 6. Can Asia Become EU?  Difference in Governance  Restriction vs. transparency  Resurgence Nationalism  Rivalry between China and Japan  Dissonance between China and India  Frontier Conflicts
  7. 7. Asian Geopolitics of Energy  Dependency on Imports for Energy  Relation of security issues with geopolitics on energy  China’s aggressive strategy and threat to India and Japan  Sale of Arms and investment as a strategic move  Feasibility of diverse energy portfolio
  8. 8.  Relationship between China, India and Japan.  Shadow of historic conflict on current relationship.  Increasing trade vs. political divide  Indo – China =>Frontier Conflict, China’s claim over Arunachal Pradesh, Tibet Issue, China’s aid to Pakistan to use against India.  Japan – China =>East China sea border issue, Taiwan issue  India and Japan ties , ASEAN, EAC  Role of US and resurgent nationalism. Equation In Strategic Triangle
  9. 9. Measures to Avert Conflict  Bilateral and Trilateral Commissions to resolve history related dispute.  Setting aside of historical issues  Inculcation of political values in education  Constrained nationalism  Agreements to resolve territorial and maritime disputes  Fashioning of a cooperative energy approach
  10. 10. Conclusion  This book gives a deep insight into China-India-Japan relationship.  Asia can emerge as a global pivot.  There is a need to resolve conflicts and mutual cooperation.  The strategic relationship between China-India-Japan will determine Asia’s future prospects.

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