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Asia's Arc of Advantage - icrier

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ICRIER Wadhwani Programme of Research Studies on India-US Relations and Policy Issues The ICRIER Wadhwani Programme of Research Studies on India-US Relations and Policy Issues, established in September 2011, aims to promote policies that advance India’s emergence as a major economy and unlock the strategic potential of India-US relations for the 21st Century. The programme places special emphasis on enhanced India-US co-operation in trade, investment, infrastructure, energy, defence and high technology. The ICRIER Wadhwani Chair has a knowledge-sharing partnership with its CSIS-Wadhwani counterpart in Washington D.C. The ICRIER Wadhwani Programme has been established by ICRIER with the generous support of the Wadhwani Foundation. ICRIER does not take specific policy positions; accordingly, all views, positions, and conclusions expressed in this publication should be understood to be solely those of the author(s). Cover Photographs: • Top Left: US President Barack Obama and India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh participate in a joint news conference at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India, November 8, 2010. Source: “Obama Backs India’s Quest for UN Permanent Seat”, Reuters, available at http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/11/09/us-india-obamaidUSTRE6A24UN20101109 • Top Right: Indian Naval Ships in cruise formation during the SIMBEX 11 exercise in the South China Sea. Source: “Operational Deployment of the Eastern Fleet 2011”, Indian Navy, available at http://indiannavy.nic. in/node/1424 • Centre: Leaders pose at the ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit in 2012. Source: “Vision Statement: ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit”, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, December 20, 2012, available at http://www.aseanindia.com/speeches-and-statements/asean-ss/2012/12/20/visionstatement-asean-india-commemorative-summit • Bottom Left: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, Tokyo May 29, 2013. Source: “India, Japan Seek Early Agreement on Civil Nuclear Pact”, Reuters, May 29, 2013, available at http://in.reuters.com/article/2013/05/29/india-japan-manmohan-singh-idINDEE94S08A20130529. • Bottom Right: East Asia Summit Meeting in 2011. Source: “Official Gazette”, Government of the Philippines, November 24, 2011, available at http://www.gov.ph/banner-artwork/asean-2011/191111_rv7-3/ The phrase “Arc of Advantage” was used by Dr. Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, in his address at the Third India-ASEAN Business Summit held in New Delhi in 2004. Source: Manmohan Singh, “PM’s Address at Third India-ASEAN Business Summit,” Prime Minister of India, October 19, 2004, available at http://pmindia.nic. in/speech-details.php?nodeid=30 © 2013 by the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) ISBN: 978-81-925828-0-1 (pb); 978-81-925828-1-8 (eBook) ICRIER Wadhwani Chair in India-US Policy Studies Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) Core 6A, 4th Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi -110 003 Tel: (+91) 11 43112400 Fax: (+91) 11 24620180 Email: uschair@icrier.res.in www.icrier.org This report is printed on CyclusPrint based on 100% recycled fibres

Asia’s Arc of Advantage India, ASEAN and the US: Shaping Asian Architecture CONTENTS Foreword, H.K. Singh Executive Summary, H.K. Singh List of Charts, Tables and Maps Acronyms and Abbreviations iii vii xiii xv I “Emerging Asia: Track 1.5 Conference” 1 I.i “From Looking East to Engaging East,” Shyam Saran 1 I.ii “Advancing India-US-ASEAN Cooperation,” H.K. Singh and Sanjay Pulipaka 4 I.iii “India’s ‘Look East’ and America’s ‘Asia Pivot’: Converging Interests,” Karl F. Inderfurth and Ted Osius 8 I.iv “Perspectives on Economic and Security Ties between India and Southeast Asia,” G. V. C. Naidu 11 I.v Conference Participants 13 II “India’s Role in Shaping Asian Architecture,” H.K. Singh 16 III “India and ASEAN: Towards Maritime Security Co-operation,” C.Raja Mohan 35 IV “Regional Dimensions of South China Sea Issues,” H.K. Singh 47 IV.i “East Asia Summit Member States: Military Balance,” Graham Palmer 60 V “The Evolution of the East Asia Summit,” Sanjay Pulipaka 67 VI “India - ASEAN Connectivity : A Strategic Imperative,” Sanjay Pulipaka 86

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