Indo-Vietnam Relations in the Emerging Global Order

Suranjan Das, Tridib Chakraborti and Subhadeep Bhattacharya

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This publication is the outcome of a Government of West Bengal-funded research project on Indo-Vietnam Relations undertaken at the Netaji Institute For Asian Studies, Kolkata. It unfolds the evolution of a unique partnership between India and Vietnam, a relationship moulded by historical, diplomatic and geo-strategic factors. The study also underlines the promising role that West Bengal can play in further enriching this constructive bilateralism. The authors convincingly argue that Indo-Vietnamese strategic partnership – buttressed by greater economic and cultural connectivity – is of crucial significance in the context of New Delhi’s Act East Policy. The work should attract the attention of both the scholars of international relations and diplomats.

Suranjan Das, Tridib Chakraborti and Subhadeep Bhattacharya

Suranjan Das is at present the Vice-Chancellor of Jadavpur University, Kolkata, and the Honorary Director, Netaji Institute For Asian Studies, Kolkata. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Essex, U.K. He was earlier Professor History at the Calcutta University and served that institution both as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Vice-Chancellor. He holds a D.Phil. degree from the University of Oxford and is widely recognized as a specialist in South Asian History and Politics, especially in the areas of identity politics, nation building and Indian Foreign Policy.

Tridib Chakraborti was a Professor of the Department of International Relations, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, and is currently the Professor and Dean, School of Social Sciences, ADAMAS University, Barasat, West Bengal. He had served as a Visiting Professor of ICCR Chair at Dublin City University, Ireland. He received his Ph.D degree from Jadavpur University and subsequently proved his expertise in South, Southeast Asian and Asia Pacific affairs, Indian Political Thought and Foreign Policy and Strategic Studies through his monographs, edited volumes and articles in international and national peer reviewed reputed journals

Subhadeep Bhattacharya is a Ph.D. candidate at the History Department of the University of Calcutta. He has already authored one monograph and co-edited a volume on India and South-East Asia. He worked as a Research Assistant for the Netaji Institute For Asian Studies project on Indo-Vietnam Relations which resulted in the publication of the present volume.

Contents
• The Indo-China War and Vietnam
• India-Vietnam Relations During the Vietnam War and the Cold War Era
• 1976-1990: A New Period of India-Vietnam Bilateralism
• The Cambodian Crisis and Indo-Vietnam Relations
• India-Vietnam Relations in the Post-Cold War Years
• India-Vietnam Bilateral Trade Since the 1990s
• India and Vietnam: Bilateral Investments
• Civil Nuclear Cooperation
• Human Resource Development Cooperation
• India-Vietnam Cooperation in Science and Technology
• India-Vietnam Connectivity in Culture, Religion and Tourism
• Emerging Geo-Strategic Compulsions in Contemporary Indo-Vietnam Bilateralism
• India-Vietnam Defence Partnership
• Maritime Security: India, Vietnam and the South China Sea Dispute
• China as a Factor in Indo-Vietnam Relations
• Vietnam and West Bengal
• Conclusion
• Author’s Profile

 

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