November 1, 2010

Japan, India Boosting Regional Security

Harsh Pant, Japan Times

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Japan as part of his three-nation tour of East Asia last week was intended to underscore India's growing role in East Asia and to acknowledge that Japan has a crucial role in the emerging security environment in the Asia-Pacific.

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