The long-standing strategic disconnect between South Asia and the Korean Peninsula is breaking down. Driven by the changing balance of power in Asia, India and South Korea have developed a strong economic partnership, and taken small but significant steps toward a political and security relationship that reflects their numerous shared strategic interests. This article explores the contours of this evolving relationship.
Introduction. Until recent years, there was a virtually complete strategic disconnect between South Asia and Northeast Asia. There could be few better examples of this than India and South Korea, which managed to virtually ignore each other for almost half a century following their independence in the late 1940s. The disconnection of these regions, however, is breaking down [1, p. 20]. Продолжить чтение