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New Delhi’s ‘Act East’ and the India-ASEAN Engagement: What They Mean for India-Korea Relations in the Indo-Pacific

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  • August 28, 2019

    Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's study titled ‘New Delhi's ‘Act East’ and India-ASEAN Engagement: What They Mean for India-Korea Relations in the Indo-Pacific’ has been published by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP).

    The study examines India’s growing engagement with the ASEAN as emerging as one of the most defining aspects of unfolding the Indo-Pacific in recent years. Connectivity cooperation – both multilateral and country-specific – is the highlighting feature of this expanding engagement between India and the ASEAN. With a focus on the ASEAN, India’s Act East Policy (AEP) is expanding its outreach in Indo-Pacific, and most importantly, seeking new avenues of strategic cooperation with ASEAN dialogue partners including South Korea and Japan.

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