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India and Central Asia - : Redefining energy and trade Links
India and Central Asia - : Redefining energy and trade Links

India and Central Asia - : Redefining energy and trade Links

by Angira Sen Sarma

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English

Publisher

Pentagon Press

ISBN

9788182744370 - Year: 2010 - Pages: 132

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Hardcover

Angira Sen Sarma
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Author: Angira Sen Sarma
Publisher: Pentagon Press
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 132
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788182744370

Description

This monograph studies India’s economic relations with Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan. Endowed with rich hydrocarbon reserves, the Central Asian republics provide India with a reliable alternative source of oil and gas. Hydroelectric projects with Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, the two republics rich in water resources, are also worth exploring. Besides energy, there is scope for expanding cooperation to other areas for mutual benefit. The share of trade with these republics in India’s total trade basket is meager.

One of the major impediments in developing vibrant trade with the region is the lack of direct transport links. Not surprisingly, the region’s strategic location and rich resources have attracted international attention. Hence India’s position in the region has to take into account the greater geopolitics of oil and gas and the presence of the major external players in the region like Russia, China and the United States.

Contents

Preface

Section I
Introduction

Section II
Energy Scenario of the Central Asian Republic
Oil Sector
Kazakhstan
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
Azerbaijan
GAS
Kazakhstan
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
Azerbaijan
Hydro Power

Section III
India’s Energy Scenario
Energy Cooperation with the Region

Section IV
Bilateral Cooperation
India-Kazakhstan Relations
India-Uzbekistan Relations
India-Turkmenistan Relations
India – Tajikistan Relations
India-kyrgyzstan Relations
India-Azerbaijan Relations

Conclusion

Section V
Transport Linkages
North-South International Transport Corridor
Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan – India
India-Iran-Afghanistan
Conclusion

Section VI
Geopolitics of Oil and Gas

Section VII
Conclusion

Appendix
Notes
Bibliography

Index

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