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The global Cold War influenced both regional conflicts and linked them to each other. However, at their points of intersection, they were also bounded by the influence of the great powers. EN English Deutsch. Your documents are now available to view. Confirm Cancel. Alexander Benatar.
However, these words highlight its growing geo-economic and geopolitical significance and have shaped the strategic thinking of decision-makers in China and India. These maritime chokepoints are not only important for trade, they are also critical points for global energy security. In , 17 million barrels of oil passed through Hormuz and The increasing economic importance of the Indian Ocean has led to more players becoming active in the region. For example, the abrupt surge in piracy off the Somali coast since has highlighted the vulnerability of international shipping and prompted many nations to engage militarily in the region. Germany has been supporting the Atalanta counter-piracy operation for the protection of free seafaring off the coast of Somalia since
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India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Major Powers: Politics of a Divided Subcontinent. By G. W. Choudhury. New York: The Free Press, xii, pp. Notes.
In the past few years, there has been an active participation of non-Western and developing countries in United Nations UN peacekeeping operations. In fact, since , the top 10 UN troop-contributing countries are all non-Western and developing. The UN does not oblige its member countries to contribute troops, the latter send military personnel voluntarily and decide on the number of people they intend to deploy to peace missions. Sending military personnel to peace missions must play a significant role in pursuing the interests of developing and non-Western countries for them to contribute quite a number of troops. The impressive devotion of top-troop contributors must be rooted in several motivations; there ought to be reasons why most non-Western and developing countries are deeply involved in UN troop contribution.
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