In this episode of the Perspective Prog. based on the ‘India’s Indo-Pacific Vision’. The Indo-Pacific region is a vast maritime zone where the interests of many players are engaged. India’s engagement with the Indo-Pacific goes back several centuries. India has been championing the Free and Open Indo-Pacific idea and initiating forums like the Security and Growth for All in the Region (SAGAR) and the Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative (IPOI). India engages with its Indo-Pacific partners either bilaterally, or on plurilateral and multilateral platforms, in a multitude of spheres including maritime security, Blue Economy, maritime connectivity, disaster management, and capacity building. The importance of the Indo-Pacific region to global GDP and maritime trade reflects a shift in the world economic centre of gravity to the Indo-Pacific.
1. Stefania Benaglia, Associate Researcher, CEPS
2. Prof. Harsh V. Pant, Head, Strategic Studies Programme, ORF
3. Maj. Gen. (Retd.) Dhruv C. Katoch, Director, India Foundation
Anchor: Vishal Dahiya
Producer: Shiva Kumar, Sagheer Ahmad
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