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Regional Cooperation For Regional Security – 4

NAM Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), international organization dedicated to representing the interests and aspirations of developing countries. The Non-Aligned Movement counts more than 100 member states, whose combined population amounts to more than half of the world’s population The Non-Aligned Movement emerged in the context of the wave of decolonization that followed World War II. At […]

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Regional Cooperation For Regional Security – 3

Continuation of SAARC …. 3.Regional Centres SAARC has established five regional centres. Each centre is managed by a Governing Board which includes the Director of the Centre. The Governing Board reports to the Standing Committee. The Regional Centres are as follows: I. SAARC Agricultural Information Centre (SAIC) The first regional institution was established in Dhaka […]

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Regional Cooperation For Regional Security – 2

SAARC 1.Introduction: The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) comprises the seven countries of South Asia, i.e. Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, The Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It is an Association based on the consciousness that in an increasingly independent world, the objectives of peace, freedom, social justice and economic prosperity are best achieved […]

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Regional Cooperation For Regional Security – 1

ASEAN Membership 10 States ― Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. 1 Observer – Papua New Guinea. ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Membership 27 States – Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Canada, China, European Union, India, Indonesia, Japan, Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Mongolia, […]

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Early History of Burma – 5

Burma under the Burma Rule: Burma began to take a new shape under British rule. Basically she remained a colony to be exploited by the mother country. But at the same time there was modernization of country both in the economic and political life. In words of Clyde: “By the beginning of the 20th century […]

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Early History of Burma – 4

Expansion of British rule in BURMA:   British control over Burma was fully established after Anglo-Burmese wars, which ultimately resulted in the fall of Burma and the victory of the Britishers. The third and last of these wars was fought in 1886, when finally Burma was annexed to British and Empire. Entry of the British […]

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Early History of Burma – 3

Burma in the 19Th century: In the beginning of 19th century Burma was being ruled from Ava. Hinyana Buddhism was the religion of the people. In the mountains and hills people lived in a state which was near primitive society. They had borrowed many traditions from India. Sanskrit and Pali were common languages spoken by […]

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Early History of Burma – 2

Early history : India and Burma have very close contact with each other since long. The west coast of the country known as Arakan is inhabited by Tibeteo-Burmese while on the east coast lived the Shans. Pagan was the main cultural centre of Burma in the ancient period. The Mongol invasions : In the 13th […]

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Early History of Burma – 1

Introduction: Burma is a small Asian nation bordering India and china. She was a part of India till 1937 and was a part of British imperialism as well. She was declared as an independent country by the Government of India Act, 1935. It has a land area of 261,789 square miles and a population of […]

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