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Related News As Hillary Clinton travels in Myanmar this weekshe is the first American Secretary of State to visit the country in nearly half-a-century Clintons very presence in Myanmar marks a big shift from the American policy of isolating the country during the last two decades and more The brutal crackdown by the military rulers on the pro-democracy movement led by Aung San Suu Kyi at the end of the 1980s saw much of the Western world shun Myanmar As it enters a period of potentially historic internal changeMyanmars international isolation too is coming to an end That a top American diplomat is visiting Myanmar after a gap of five decades reminds us that long before Washington sought to isolate the countryits ruling elite had turned its back on the world The reversal of both these policies is of great consequence to India As Myanmar restructures its internal political order and reaches out to the West for the first time in half-a-centuryIndia will have to raise its own game in dealing with a very important neighbour to the east Unlike Washingtons decision to ostracise MyanmarIndias open hostility to its neighbour in the late 1980s did not last too long By the early 1990sIndia had toned down its support to Suu Kyi and launched a constructive engagement with the military rulers of Myanmar Yetthe fact is that no Indian prime minister has visited Myanmar for nearly 25 years After Rajiv Gandhi travelled there in 1987none of his successors has had the time to fly across the short distance to Myanmar Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has an opportunity to make amends early next yearby joining a regional summit in Myanmar and spending a day and more on bilateral matters Myanmars rapidly changing internal context and external orientation will demand that India recast its own engagement with Myanmar Let us consider two interconnected imperatives brought into sharp relief by the Clinton visit The first is the China question Losing ground to Beijing was an important strategic consideration of New Delhis Myanmar policy since the early 1990s Although Delhis economic and strategic effort never matched that of Beijingthe sense of an all-encompassing rivalry with China became one of the defining elements of Indias Myanmar policy Myanmar now wants to reduce its economic and political reliance on Beijing Its decision to suspend work on the Myitsone hydel project being built with Chinese assistance and its outreach to Washington mark a definitive turn in Naypyidaws search for strategic autonomy Americas own quest for a new relationship with Myanmar has an unambiguous geopolitical dimension Clintons trip to Myanmar is an integral element of Americas determination to retain its primacy in East Asia and contest Chinas growing influence in the region This brings us to the second question of democratic change in Myanmar Despite the strategic dimension of Clintons engagement with Myanmarthe issue is being framed very differently in Washington Powerful single-issue groups in Washington focused on human rightsreligious freedom and non-proliferation want to condition American engagement with Myanmar by measurable progress on these issues Having turned the domestic debate on Myanmar into some kind of a spiritual discourse on promotion of democracyWashington finds itself certainly constrained There is a reasonable prospect that the Obama administration might miss the big political moment at hand in Myanmarthanks to the internal squabbling in Washington An ambiguous outcome from Clintons visithoweverwill have a big effect on Myanmars own internal political debate and complicate the balance between conservatives and reformers in Naypyidaw The most difficult moment for an authoritarian system is when it begins to reformwhen deep cleavages appear within the ruling elite on the pace and direction of change The attempts to end international isolation by a closed system has a flip side It is vulnerable to intervention and subversion by external forces A year after President Barack Obama criticised Indias Myanmar policy in his address to ParliamentDelhi has reason to be pleased with Washingtons new thinking But India must brace itself for a messy situation next door as the American bull walks into Myanmars China shop India has no reason to tail the Western debate on democratic change in Myanmar Delhiinsteadshould concentrate on engaging all major political forces in the country and offer its empathy and support for democratic transition in Myanmar At the same timeDelhi should differentiate itself from both Beijing and Washington and consciously avoid imposing Indias agenda on Myanmar Clintons visit to Myanmar fuses two seemingly different questions about the countrys internal political evolution and its relationship with great powers As the United States reconnects to Myanmar after half-a-centuryChina will not simply retreat Although it has been surprised by the turn of events in MyanmarBeijing must be expected to leverage all instrumentsincluding its capacity for political intervention within Myanmarto retain its hard won influence in a country that is of great strategic significance to China Barely 48 hours before Clinton landed in MyanmarBeijing was hosting the chief of Myanmars armed forcesGeneral Min Aung Hlaingand reaffirming its commitment to expand the strategic partnership with Naypyidaw Until nowIndia had a relatively simple political situation in Myanmar to deal with As our important eastern neighbour embarks on the road to reform and becomes a theatre for geopolitical competition between Beijing and WashingtonIndia will need a more energetic policy towards Myanmar Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should announce his plans to visit Naypyidaw early next year as part of an effort to shape an independentcredible and sustainable strategic engagement with Myanmar and its people The writer is a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy ResearchDelhiexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News 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