International Relations-Indian Diaspora [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR)]: Questions 1 - 3 of 3

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Question 1

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Write a short analytical note on Indian Diaspora. How is the ‘New Diaspora’ different from the ‘old Diaspora’ ?

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  • Diaspora literally means dispersion of people from their homeland. Thus it is emigration and settlement of people beyond the boundaries of the country, cultural identity, cinema, medicine, employment and many more is the promoting factor of the Indian Diaspora in different parts of the world India shares its religious and cultural affairs with many…

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Question 2

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Appeared in Year: 2010

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Assess the contribution of Indian Diaspora in the Caribbean.

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  • The Indian Diasporas in the Caribbean is one of the most vibrant across the globe. Though numbering less than two million across the Caribbean islands, they (Indians) occupy a position of considerable power and influence.
  • They have produced some of the best artists, writers, spiritual leaders, political thinkers, doctors, lawyers, scientists and spo…

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Addressing the plight of refugees is one of the greatest challenges currently facing the international community. Examine the notable multilateral agreements and unilateral policies previously made in this regard and comment on the need for a global refugee policy. (250 Words)

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  • With some 65.6 million people forcibly uprooted by violence, natural disasters, and economic hardship, there are more displaced people today than immediately after World War II.
  • But, because no country is immune to the consequences associated with large movements of refugees, only a coordinated response can ameliorate the suffering.
Large Movements of Refugees

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