Defining the Indian Ocean's Regional Future
25 Oct 2018
The Indian Ocean’s significance is entrenched in a long history of trade, transport and communication. The region includes twenty-eight continental and island states, and is home to 35% of the world’s population. Since 2000, the region’s trade growth has outpaced the rate for the global economy: a development that should be no surprise considering the wealth of living and non-living resources within it.