First published in 2004, this book is the inaugural volume of the Indian Ocean Research Group (IORG). The volume emphasizes the complexity and historical and contemporary geopolitical significance of the Indian Ocean Region (IOR). It also propagates the necessity for increased intra-regional cooperation.
Preface; Contributors; Prologue; Charting Cooperation and Challenges: Australia and the Indian Ocean Region Penny Wensley AO 1. Changing Geopolitical Orientations, Regional Cooperation and Security Concerns in the Indian Ocean Dennis Rumley and Sanjay Chaturvedi Geopolitical Orientations 2. The British Empire in the Indian Ocean Ashley Jackson 3. The West in the Geopolitics of the Inddian Ocean in India Jean Houbert 4. Emergence of a New Geopolitical Era in the Indian Ocean: Charcteristics, Issues and Limitations of the Indianoceanic Order Christian Bouchard Regionalism 5. "There Once was an Ugly Duckling…", or, the Sad History of the Good Ship IOR-ARC Kenneth I McPherson 6. Sub-Regional Cooperation in South Asia: The Kunming Initiative P.V. Rao 7. South Africa, the Indian Ocean and SADC Aparajita Biswas Non-Traditional Security Challenges 8. AnAgenda for Environmental Security in the Indian Ocean Region Timothy Doyle 9. Re-envisioning Transboundary Water Disputes as Developmental Conflicts Radha D’Souza 10. Recent Population Movements between South Asia and Australia: Trends and Implications Graeme Hugo Ocean Security Issues 11. Indian Ocean Maritime Boundaries: Jurisdictional Dimensions and Cooperative Measures Vivian Louis Forbes 12. Contemporary Piracy, Terrorism and Disorder at Sea: Challenges for Sea-Lane Security in the Indian Ocean Vijay Sakhuja 13. Freedom of Navigation and Indian Ocean Security: A Geopolitical Analysis Sam Bateman 14. The Future for Indian Ocean Cooperation Sanjay Chaturvedi and Dennis Rumley; Index
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