Japan - India Strategic Partnership: An Indigenous Axis in the Indo-Pacific
Hui, Tan Ming; Hussain, Nazia | July 2021
Over the past decade, Japan and India have intensified mutual cooperation and strengthened bilateral ties, leading to the establishment of a special partnership. Although it is unlikely that this partnership would ever develop into a formal alliance, there remains enormous potential for a deepening of bilateral relations in the areas of security, defence, trade, economy, and in terms of their responses to the current COVID-19 pandemic. This report provides an update on the evolving relationship between the two indigenous powers, outlining ways in which they can continue to play a constructive role in the region.
CitationHui, Tan Ming; Hussain, Nazia. 2021. Japan - India Strategic Partnership: An Indigenous Axis in the Indo-Pacific. © S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/13952.
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