RSIS Monograph No. 23
India’s relationship with Japan has grown rapidly in the post-Cold War era. Though China’s rise is the primary factor, the warmth of the historical relationship and current expectations of mutual gain are also key drivers. The author analyses the strategic, economic and other dimensions of the relationship and shows how its full potential can be realised.
Country and Region Studies / East Asia and Asia Pacific / International Politics and Security / Monographs / South Asia
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