Ranjit Kumar Dhawan

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  • Dr Ranjit Kumar Dhawan is Assistant Professor (ad-hoc) of Korean Studies in the Department of East Asian Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, at the University of Delhi, India.

    India’s ‘Act East’ Policy Towards the Two Koreas: Issues and Challenges

    The Narendra Modi government after coming to power in May 2014 initiated the ‘Act East’ policy to further enhance New Delhi’s engagement with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. However, India’s engagement with the two Koreas has not seen any significant improvement under the Modi government. North Korea’s isolationist policies and its involvement with India’s neighbouring countries with regard to the proliferation of nuclear and missile technologies have proved detrimental for relations between New Delhi and Pyongyang.

    September 2018

    Korea’s Cultural Diplomacy: An Analysis of the Hallyu in India

    Korea’s rapid economic transformation from being one of the poorest countries during the 1950s to becoming a member of the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 1996 surprised the world, and is often considered the ‘Miracle on the Han River’. Within a period of a few decades, Korea became an economic powerhouse and one of the largest producers and exporters of steel, ships, automobiles, cell phones, etc. In recent years Hallyu or the ‘Korean Wave’ has taken the world by surprise.

    November 2017

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