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MPSE 001 Solved Assignment 2021-22

MPSE 001 INDIA AND THE WORLD Solved Assignment 2021-22

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INDIA AND THE WORLD (MPSE-001)

TUTOR MARKED ASSIGNMENT

Course Code: MPSE-001

Assignment Code: Asst/TMA/2021-22

Marks: 100

Answer any five questions in about 500 words each. Attempt at least two questions from each section. Each question carries 20 marks.

SECTION –I

1. Explain India’s evolution of the world view. Does it change with the time? Explain the change with examples.

The BRICS Summit comes at a time when the purpose and existence of the multilateral system, European Union and military alliances is being questioned even by the proponents, creating a vacuum; China seeks to “lead the reform of the global governance system with the concept of fairness and justice”; and, India aims to be a third pole of the emerging world order, as a rule-maker and not a rule-taker.

In five areas hard choices will be needed that do not respond to short-term bilateral deals – Iran is an example – but shape ties based on global trends and the related vision of longer-term interests.

The first strategic issue is understanding geopolitical shifts as an ‘unwinding’ of the post-world War II order or ‘reversal’ to the situation that existed throughout civilization, except for the last 250 years. With two-thirds of global wealth again to be in an integrated Asia, how we look at this transition determines how we expect bilateral relations to evolve. Instead of focusing on great power competition, India’s exceptionalism, relevance and influence in the international community will be addressing the growing environmental challenges that everyone faces relegating traditional strategic considerations to a position of lesser importance.

Second, strategic autonomy, in a connected and interdependent world, has to be embedded in reform of global governance. The choice is whether to see the United Nations or ASEAN as the bedrock. The Indo-Pacific, with ASEAN at its center, needs to be defined as a regional concept for shared prosperity, not security chessboard, and the consensus then extended to transform the United Nations and WTO. India can provide a conceptual framework of equitable sustainable development to replace the fraying liberal order; it has already made a beginning by re-framing climate change in terms of ‘climate justice’ and the new format of the International Solar Alliance.

The third element is considering the impact of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in perspective. The BRI is more than projects covering over 70 countries, 4.4 billion people and 40 per cent of global GDP with connectivity, pipelines, telecom, and currency and sharing benefits of space. Nearly two-thirds of these countries have a sovereign credit rating below investment grade yet need infrastructure finance which no one else will provide. The BRI is very much ‘debt diplomacy’ on the lines of World Bank loans, raising similar questions and where project cost-benefit analysis does not apply. The key precedent is not Sri Lanka, whose debt is three-quarter of its GDP but only a tenth is owed to China, but Australia. In 2015, immediately after an MOU for infrastructure co-operation in third country BRI projects a Chinese company bought a 99-year lease on the Port of Darwin.

China’s BRI is really a development model remaking trade relations reminiscent of the West withdrawing from the GATT and pushing developing countries into the WTO in 1995 while bringing in services and intellectual property rights. The recent U.S. National Security Strategy focuses on restricting China’s access to cutting-edge science and technology, and has the tacit support of the EU. At a time of flux, global powers establish new rules, as both Trump and Xi are doing, because influence now depends on evolving technological capacity, not military might.

India needs a multipronged response to the BRI. It should participate in the rule-making, just as it is an active partner in the China-led Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, and do what multilateralism has done in the past by putting controversial projects into a special category. The BRI could be balanced by taking a longer-term view and joining the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), which is ASEAN-centric, covers 16 countries, more than 30 percent of global GDP and 50 percent of the population, effectively creating two poles in Asia.

2. What are the objectives of India’s foreign policy? Explain the different approaches.

3. What are the main institutions which frame the foreign policy of India? How do they work together?

4. Explain the India-America relations since the Cold War.

5. Explain India’s major doctrines dealing with neighbouring countries. Has it been successful?

SECTION –II

Write a short note on the following in about 250 words each:

6. a) India-Africa Relations

b) Geopolitical relevance of Afghanistan

7. a) SAARC and its role

b) ASEAN and India

8. a) Cold War politics

b) Post-Cold War politics

9. a) India-China border dispute

b) India-Nepal Relations

10. a) Disarmament & Arms Control

b) India’s relation with GCC States

Dear Students,

MEC Solved Assignment As explained in the Programme Guide, you have to do one Tutor Marked Assignment for each course. We are sending the assignments of all the six courses together in this booklet. Assignment is given 30% weightage in the final assessment. To be eligible to appear in the Term-End Examination, it is compulsory for you to submit the assignments as per the schedule. Before attempting the assignments, you should carefully read the instructions given in the Programme Guide. These assignments are valid for two admission cycles (January 2021 and July 2021). The validity is given below:

1. Those who are enrolled in January 2021, it is valid upto December 2021.

2. Those who are enrolled in July 2021, it is valid upto June 2022.

In case you are planning to appear in June Term-End Examination, you must submit the assignments to the Coordinator of your Study Centre latest by 15th March, and if you are planning to appear in December Term-End Examination, you must submit them latest by 15th September

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