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Research Papers

Sen, Gautam. "Cooperation Between Indian and Myanmar Armed Forces: Need to Move Away from a Weapons & Equipment Supply-Based Relationship," Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis (2013).

Summary: "India and Myanmar have been maintaining relations at an adequately high level between their defence forces and particularly between the Indian Army and the Myanmar Army (Tatmadaw). Relations between the two armies have been substantive especially since the early 1990s." [Author]
Gupta, Arvend. "Myanmar’s Critical Role in Bolstering India’s Look East Policy," Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis (2012).
Summary: "As Myanmar opens up to the outside world, India can aid it immensely in nurturing its nascent democracy. The two neighbours have a historic opportunity to come close to each other once again and transform their bilateral relations as well as the larger region." [Author]
 

Reports

Singh, Udai Bhanu. An Assessment of Manmohan Singh’s Visit to Myanmar. Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, 2012.

Purpose: To introspect on India's policy towards Myanmar, and to stress on its need for recalibration.

Content: "Political change in Myanmar is palpable and a sensitive and proactive approach is required to prevent the initiative slipping from India’s hands." [Author]

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