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Unveiling the Global Political Powerhouse: South Asia, Led by Dominant India, Shakes the World!

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Unveiling the Global Political Powerhouse: South Asia, Led by Dominant India, Shakes the World!

Countries of South Asia

Countries of South Asia

South Asia is the southern sub-region of Asia, encompassing Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Per Capita Income and Nuclear Weapons

The per capita income of South Asian countries is as follows: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

India’s Ambitious Foreign Policy

India has a multi-polar foreign policy, balancing relations with the West and other global powers like Russia and China.

India’s Role in Global Affairs

India is increasingly influential in global affairs, with a strong economy, well-developed infrastructure, and a rich cultural heritage.

India’s Economic Growth

India is the fastest-growing major economy, projected to be one of the world’s top three economic powers in the next 10-15 years.

China’s Impact on India’s Growth

China’s actions have affected India’s growth, with disputes over borders and competition for regional influence.

Concerns over Conflict in the Taiwan Strait

South Asian states are concerned about the impact of conflict in the Taiwan Strait on their trade with China.

South Asian States and China’s Belt and Road Initiative

South Asian states have received investments from China’s Belt and Road Initiative, despite concerns about a “debt trap”.

Population and Economic Growth in China and India

China and India are the two most populous countries, with different economic growth rates and development paths.

Indo-China Border Disputes

The border between China and India is disputed, with ongoing tensions and clashes between the two countries.

China’s Growing Assertiveness and India’s Alignment with the US

India may align itself with the US to counter China’s growing assertiveness in the region and protect its interests.

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