The study enquires the India-ASEAN partnership from a civil society perspective and explores the potential and opportunities of this co-operation. The possibilities for further strengthening the cooperation are drawn out, while highlighting gaps and challenges that presently impede closer ties. The study makes a case for a greater role of civil society organizations between the countries of ASEAN and India.
Both India and Pakistan are extremely vulnerable to climate change owing to their geographic location, large populations and low adaptive capacities. As a result of their vulnerability, they are already experiencing the negative impacts of climate change. With this in mind, a Track II dialogue was organized to discuss what measures exist and could be taken by the two countries, both individually and collectively, to build resilience.
As “Look East, Act East” is promoted as India’s official policy towards Myanmar, the Institute of Social Sciences and Burma Centre Delhi with the support by HBF undertook a review of relations, with a particular perspective on the joint border regions.