International Relations-Effect of Policies [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR)]: Questions 7 - 12 of 13

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Question 7

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Strategic interest seems to be replacing commercial interests for the host country with regard to Cam Ranh Bay. Amplify? (Paper - II)

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  • Cam Ranh Bay is the deep-water bay located at the inlet of South China Sea situated on the southeastern coast of Vietnam.
  • Presently Russian consultants and technology has been hired to reopen it after eight long years as it was closed in 2002 when the Russian troops withdrew from the bay.
  • Historically it was former United Sates Military base during t…

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Question 8

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Indian and USA are two large democracies. Examine the basic tenets on which the two political systems are based.

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  • The two largest democratic countries in the world, both United States and India are based on federalism in their political structure. US became a Federal Republic State by promulgating its constitution in the year 1789; whereas India became a Sovereign, Secular, and Democratic Republic by formally adopting its Constitution in year 1950.
  • National pol…

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Question 9

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Recent events around the world have fuelled xenophobic and anti-immigration sentiments. Analyse how recent immigration policy changes in the Middle East will impact migration and remittances with respect to India, and how India should come up with reducing remittances and returning migrants. (250 Words)

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  • The impact of migration on economic growth and development through increased remittances is well established with India receiving about 56 % of its remittances from migrants in West Asia.
  • In a world where developments such as Brexit and the Trump presidency in the U. S. have intensified debate on migration, considerable uncertainties abou…

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Question 10

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Why and in what form the support from rich countries is crucial to reduce emissions and effectively combat climate change effects? Examine. (250 Words)

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The national historic responsibility of developed countries to fund the developing countries to combat climate change is well established through Kyoto Protocol. The notion of climate justice can be attributed to the following reasons

Industrial Revolution:

In 19th century and early 20th century, western countries were in race for industrial developm…

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Question 11

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China is planning the launch of a yuan-denominated oil futures exchange. What is oil futures exchange? How will this move by China affect global energy markets? Examine. (250 Words)

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  • China has been trying to translate its growing economic strength into global influence, and international acceptance and use of its currency, as in the case of the dollar, would go a long way in allowing it the leverage it seeks.
  • By planning the launch of a yuan denominated oil futures exchange , China wants the yuan to play an increasing…

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Question 12

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Why is militant Buddhism on the rise in few Asian countries? Examine the justifications given by votaries of violence in Buddhism. Also comment on India՚s response to militant Buddhism in its neighbourhood. (250 Words)

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  • Militant Buddhism refers to acts of violence and aggression committed by Buddhists with religious, political, socio-cultural motivations as well as self-inflicted violence during ascetics or for religious purposes.
  • it՚s not just in Myanmar that this militant Buddhism is on the rise: it՚s also surfacing in the other two leading Theravadi…

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