The Social Sciences

Year: 2017
Volume: 12
Issue: 1
Page No. 167 - 176

Geopolitical of India Future into Asia; by a Focus on Iran’s Depictive Role

Authors : Kiuomars Yazdanpanah Dero and Maryam Salmania

Abstract: India is located in South Asia in the neighboring of China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bhutan and Nepal. This country is absolutely predominant in to the Indian Ocean from South. India from the viewpoint of extent is the 7th country in the world with over than 1.3 billion people is the 2nd most populous country in the world which owns racial, cultural, religious and lingual varietal. Cohen, in the world’s geopolitical system theory (structure), divides the world into four parts that one of these parts is independent geopolitical region. This region coincides with the India’s subcontinent political geography. India is the pole position in the region that is promoting to become the world’s 3rd geostrategic territory. India is promoting to be an actor in the balance of power not only among its neighbors in South Asia but throughout the whole continent of Asia and the world. Now, India is exchanging for an axial actor in relation with China, Central Asia, the Persian Gulf and South Asia. India’s strategic interest’s horizontal width in 21st century has reached beyond the Strait of Malaga and will continue in other areas. Therefore in this research, India’s geopolitical and strategic targets will be examined and analyzed until the year 2030. The imposed in access the vertical terrain also implies that are from being a conflict there is a temporal dynamics as improvements in geopolitics and geostrategic alter the possibility of the India.

How to cite this article:

Kiuomars Yazdanpanah Dero and Maryam Salmania, 2017. Geopolitical of India Future into Asia; by a Focus on Iran’s Depictive Role. The Social Sciences, 12: 167-176.

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