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However, these words highlight its growing geo-economic and geopolitical significance and have shaped the strategic thinking of decision-makers in China and India. These maritime chokepoints are not only important for trade, they are also critical points for global energy security. In , 17 million barrels of oil passed through Hormuz and
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In the past few years, there has been an active participation of non-Western and developing countries in United Nations UN peacekeeping operations. In fact, since , the top 10 UN troop-contributing countries are all non-Western and developing. The UN does not oblige its member countries to contribute troops, the latter send military personnel voluntarily and decide on the number of people they intend to deploy to peace missions. Sending military personnel to peace missions must play a significant role in pursuing the interests of developing and non-Western countries for them to contribute quite a number of troops. The impressive devotion of top-troop contributors must be rooted in several motivations; there ought to be reasons why most non-Western and developing countries are deeply involved in UN troop contribution. It is quite interesting that Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India have consistently occupied the top 3 places of top troop contributor lists for almost a decade United Nations, — The consistent level of troop contribution of these three countries validates the assumption that states are able to pursue their interests through participating in multilateral activities such as peacekeeping.
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South Asia or Southern Asia is the southern region of Asia , which is defined in both geographical and ethno-cultural terms. The Amu Darya , which rises north of the Hindu Kush , forms part of the northwestern border. However, the total area of South Asia and its geographical extent is not clear cut as systemic and foreign policy orientations of its constituents are quite asymmetrical. The common definition of South Asia is largely inherited from the administrative boundaries of the British Raj,  with several exceptions. The current territories of Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan which were the core territories of the British Empire from to also form the core territories of South Asia.
of Economics for a study of Great Power Rivalry in central West Asia in the s. She has written institutionalisation of military regimes in Bangladesh and Pakistan. lX as between India and Pakistan, in others relatively weak, as between.
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The huge Covid storm is undoubtedly only still in its infancy. It has not yet really reached the Global South, for example, or the innumerable pockets of abject misery on the planet in Bangladesh, Yemen, South Sudan, refugee camps in Pakistan or India, Idlib, and so on. The full economic, cyclical and structural effects are not quite visible yet, but, in any case, they will be gigantic. It would therefore be risky to put forward at this time a general theory of the geopolitics of the pandemic.
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