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2013 | 6 | 79-88
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Cieśnina Malakka w polityce Indii wobec Oceanu Indyjskiego

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Strait of Malacca in the Indian Policy Towards the Indian Ocean
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The Republic of India has been for years one of the most influential powers in Asia. The growing importance of the Indian Ocean indicates development of the maritime nature of India’s foreign policy. From an economic and geostrategic perspective, the Strait of Malacca is one of the most important shipping lanes in the world as well as one of the crash zones in Asia. One of the crucial matters in foreign policy of India is to ensure a protection of transports exceeding Strait. It seems necessary not only the mere presence of the military factor of individual countries in the region, but also the ability of effective cooperation between stakeholders.
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6
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79-88
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