Introduction. Describe the geopolitical structure of the Asian region - to cover political, economic, social, cultural and ethnic issues in East Asia, Southeast Asia (the main part of the Asia-Pacific region), South Asia, the Indian Ocean region, Central Asia and the Middle East. The number of dedicated scientific publications is significantly exceeding the number and volume of similar texts being written about other regions of the world. A review of Asian security shows that security concerns have spread throughout Asia. At the same time, such problems also have a significant negative impact on mutual economic, trade and investment relations. Research methods. In writing this article, historical, the methods of comparative analysis, theoretical, general logic and forecasting of political science were used. In particular, the formation and development of the political system of different societies in Asia during this period was covered by historical and chronological approaches, while the development of individuals, social groups, nations and peoples, peoples and states was analyzed using the method of comparative analysis. Through general logic and predictive methods, political institutions and political processes, political culture and international systems, their mechanisms and tools were studied. Results and discussions. This article describes the geopolitical architecture of the Asian region from the end of the XX century to the 20s of the XXI century. The role of the socio-political situation in India in the formation of the geopolitical map of the Asian region, the country's foreign policy principles and participation in regional security are also central to this study. New Delhi sees inter-regional existing and planned relations as promising tasks. Mutual economic interests will help maintain control over political conflicts, at least for the foreseeable future. Conclusion. The article examines in detail the main sources of threats to regional peace and security, as well as political, social and security factors that hinder regional development and the strengthening of interregional relations
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