Topic:Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, IndianDiaspora.
5) In the emerging multipolar world order, India is a natural leader in the Indian Ocean region. Comment. (250 words)
Why this question:
The Fourth Indian Ocean Conference recently took place in the Maldives, with leaders of about 40 countries participating in it.
Key demand of the question:
The question aims to analyse the India’s emergence as a natural leader in the changing dynamics of the world powers.
Comment– here we have to express our knowledge and understanding of the issue and form an overall opinion thereupon.
Structure of the answer:
In first explain the current conditions of the multipolarness of the world.
Explain how the advent of the globalisation era had coincided with a significant geo-political development. Starting with the late ‘80s, fissures started erupting in the USSR body politic, ultimately leading to its dismemberment and collapse in the early ’90s. And then discuss how Countries world over are increasingly turning inwards as of today and all the global institutions are losing their relevance and influence over large parts of the world.
Then explain where does India stand today in the world.
Discuss the relevance of Indian Ocean Conference and changing leadership of India and its centricity.
Conclude with its importance and India’s emergence as a world leader.