Changing balance of power and India Vietnam relations Part 1

It has become clichéd to state that the world politics is witnessing a power shift and locus of the economic power is shifting to the East. The GDP of East Asia and the Pacific, which was $154 billion in 1961, stood at a whopping $21 trillion in 2014. There has been movement towards economic integration involving countries within the Asia Pacific region. Sadly, in spite of enhanced economic relations, territorial and maritime disputes have dominated the political discourse in the Asia-Pacific. Important nodes in the Asia-Pacific spectrum – India and Vietnam – have been experiencing numerous challenges associated with such assertions. Both countries have witnessed grey-zone violations with varying degrees of intensity.

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