Page-15 of GS-II: Bilateral Regional and Global Groupings and Agreements

While bringing out its major contours , examine the performance of the so called "Strategy for BRICS Economic Partnership" in two years of its existence.

The Strategy for BRICS Economic Partnership was adopted during the 7th BRICS Ufa summit. The idea behind the Strategy for BRICS Economic Partnership was to increase the competitiveness and economic growth of the BRICS economies in the global market. For ..

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Do you agree with the view that huge imbalance in India-ASEAN trade has rendered the free trade agreement between India and ASEAN irrelevant? What are the major reasons for this imbalance? Discuss giving suitable suggestions. |

With a total trade of $70 billion, ASEAN is India’s fourth largest trading partner. This is almost 11% of India’s overall global trade of $660 billion. However there is a huge trade deficit approximately $10 billion, while export to ASEAN ..

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Why India has neither signed nor ratified the 1951 United Nations Refugee Convention or its 1967 Protocol? Justify the government stand.

India is one of the few liberal democracies who did not sign, support or ratify the international convention which governs how nations should treat refugees. India is neither a signatory to 1951 United Nations Refugee Convention nor to its 1967 ..

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While keeping in focus India's role in the UN peacekeeping operations, critically examine the practical difficulties and lacunae in peace keeping operations in current times. Make feasible suggestions for the improvement and development of India's role in UN peacekeeping.

India is the third largest contributor of  troops to UN peace keeping missions. India also sent forst all female unit to a UN peace keeping mission (Liberia). Indian peace keeping forces are more sought after for their neutrality, professionalism, efficiency ..

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"Canada-India free trade agreement, which is officially called as Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) has been put on back burner due to several issues between both countries."Analyse the reasons for the same.

The negotiations for the Canada-India free trade agreement, which is officially called as Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA), have been put on back burner due to several issues between both countries. There could be several reasons to this issue. The ..

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How India will be benefited from being a founding member of AIIB? Discuss various challenges in front of AIIB.

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has been launched by the Chinese President Xi Jinping in January, 2016. India is founding member of both IMF and the AIIB. India’s share of Special Drawing Rights (SDR) is only 2.28% it is ..

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