International Relations-Politics of Developed and Developing Countries [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR)]: Questions 1 - 7 of 10

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Question 1

Politics of Developed and Developing Countries
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Appeared in Year: 2015

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Increasing interest of India in Africa has its Pros and Cons. critically examine.

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India shares cordial relations with Africa from many decades but it has been seen an increasing interest and recent surge in Africa. The Third India-Africa Forum Summit was held in New Delhi recently. Once Africa was called the Hopeless Continent but the international Politics driven by economy makes the Africa very important in many ways.

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Question 2

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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What is India՚s stakes in the South China Sea?

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The stakes of India in South China Sea can be viewed with two perspectives. Firstly the economic and secondly the strategic point of view. Both these aspects impinge on India՚s “Look East Policy and Act east Policy” .

  • The economic factor: The economic factor is driven by the rich energy resources present in South China Sea and the trade between the …

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Question 3

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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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 4

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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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 5

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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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Question 6

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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“The causes and implications of the Jasmine Revolution and its spread are as much economic in nature as they are political.” Critically Evaluate? (Paper - II)

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  • The “Jasmine Revolution” also called “Tunisian Revolution” is a civil war started in Tunisia and Spread over Arab Spring Countries.

Causes of Jasmine Revolution:

Immediate Cause:

  • President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was forced out of the presidency due to its dictatorial in nature.
  • The citizens there were not given primarily freedom and Political libertie…

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Question 7

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To what extent has the withdrawal of al-Shabab from Mogadishu given peace a real chance in Somalia? Assess. (Paper - II)

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  • Al-Shabab is an Al Qaeda affiliated terrorist organization in East Africa mainly in Somalia and the adjoining areas of Cape of Horn. These group has been captured most of the areas of Somalia Capital Mogadishu. As it was famine driven areas which were getting international support to combat famine.
  • All the aids given to these areas were looted by th…

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