Professor Dr. Mohd. Aminul Karim Presented Paper on International Conference, Australia

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Professor Dr. Mohd. Aminul Karim presented a paper titled, “Balancing Strategies in the Asia-Pacific” (RC-36.04) at the 25th International Conference of the International Political Science Association (IPSA)/AISP WC 2018 at Brisbane, Australia on July 21-25, 2018. Subsequently, Prof. Karim chaired the Panel of “Democratization and Civilian Oversight”.
One of his very popular books named “21st Century High Politics in the Indo-Pacific and the Bay of Bengal” published by NOVA Science Publishers was featured* and exhibited in the 25th IPSA World Congress Exhibition. In this book, Dr, Karim analyzed the transition of the shift in world politics and economics’ center of gravity – and the ramifications thereof – on geopolitics, security, global trade, sea-lanes as well as the formation and restructuring of alliances and alignments. It also highlights the importance of the Bay of Bengal as a new frontier for development and confrontation. It describes the key players in this region, their interests, compulsions and imperatives, and covers different strategies launched by the United States, China, India, Japan, Australia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar to strengthen their ties and elevate their status in global and regional high politics.