October 7, 2012

What Abe's Return Means for India-Japan Ties

Vicky Tuke, The Diplomat

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With the former Prime Minister once again at the helm of the LDP, relations with India could receive a further boost.

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TAGGED: Shinzo Abe, India, Japan

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