India’s policy options in middle-east: challenges and opportunities
- Journal of Historical Archaeology & Anthropological Sciences
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India’s relations with Gulf countries and West Asia are very old. The Middle- East region plays a significant role in India's economy, as it provides about two-thirds of India's total oil imports. Bilateral trade, especially with the U.A.E., Iran and other Middle-Eastern countries in the Persian Gulf are growing in recent years. For long times, millions of Indian migrants have been moved to search jobs in the Middle-Eastern Countries and they are considered as a significant part of the total remittance received from out of the country. On the other hand, India always maintains a balancing political strategy with the Middle Eastern countries. As such, the relationship between Israel and Palestine is known as the born enemy. But, India played a separate tactical political strategy with those countries.
Gulf countries, terrorism, Muslim community, neighbours