International Relations [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR)]: Questions 21 - 27 of 102

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Question 21

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Discuss the political development in Maldives in the last two years. Should they be of any cause of concern to India?

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  • Maldives is the immediate neighbor to India in the Indian Ocean region. The overall development of India is followed by Maldives and India also acts as a Big brother.
  • Like India Maldives are a democratic country but in last two years something happening was the cause of concern for India. The democratically elected President in Maldives was ousted i

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Question 22

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How have the US sanctions against Iran affected India’s bilateral relations with Iran?

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  • Though, US Sanctions against Iran has made significant impact, but India has categorically stated that relations with Iran are only driven by her own geopolitical interests, and also made a strong note that it only bound to follow sanctions imposed on UN. Earlier India voted against Iran in IAEA meetings and due to that IPI (Iran-Pakistan-India) ga

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Question 23

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Compare the significance of IBSA and BRICS in the context of India’s multilateral diplomacy.

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IBSA stands for India, Brazil and South Africa is established in 2003 by Brasilia declaration. It is a tripartite group which supports promotion and cooperation in various fields.

IBSA stands for India, Brazil and South Africa

IBSA Stands for India, Brazil and South Africa

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The objectives of IBSA are as follows:

  • To promote south-south cooperation i. e. India, South Africa, South Ame

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Question 24

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Discuss the likely negative impact of the protectionist measures proposed by the US on India’s software industry.

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Nearly 130 billion dollar market of information and technology sector industry is based on India’s outsourcing. The Information and technology sector and employee more than 10 million worker.

Software & services industry in India

Software & Services Industry in India

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It has been seen in recent times that the United states have proposed for the protectionist measures towar

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Question 25

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The protest in Shahbagh Square in Dhaka in Bangladesh reveal fundamental split in society between the nationalist and Islamic forces. What is its significance for India?

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  • Shah Bagh Square in Bangladesh is a historic place where the people of the country demanded for the punishment of 1971 war guilty that was supported by Islamic Extremist on secular base.
  • The immediate cause of this protest was the judgment awarded an individual by a tribunal in Bangladesh found guilty in a series of war crimes including murder and r

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Question 26

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Why have the resource rich African and south Asian countries remained poor for decades? Explain?

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Indeed the African and South Asian countries are rich in resources but still they are poor and lagging behind the other countries of the world.

Following causes can be attributed to this reason.

  • There is lack of institutions because these are the colonies of foreigners. They left the citizens in dilemma so it became hard to grow.
  • European and Asian we

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Question 27

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Does Putin’s return as President of Russia mark a shift to a confrontationist stance in international diplomacy towards west?

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  • It will not be wrong to say Putin as the architect of Russia because as President he controls many politics issues with his wisdom and many foreign policy decisions were taken with his express involvement.
  • After the world war two blocks west and east were created and the cold war era begins but it was Putin who with recent President Donald Trump ope

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