January 27, 2014

Japan, India Right to Team to Contain China

K. Shankar Bajpai, The Hindu

The Associated Press

India and Japan can honestly say that they are not building relations in hostility against China; but it is right for them to plan for the eventuality of Chinese hostility.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Japan, India, China

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

January 21, 2014
India-Japan Ties Strengthen
Nitin Gokhale, The Diplomat
It is useful to remember that way back in 2006 U.S. President George Bush and Shinzo Abe, then in his first term as Japanese prime minister, each in their own way achieved far-reaching changes in their respective ties with... more ››
January 22, 2014
Why India Needs Japan
Brahma Chellaney, Times of India
Asian geopolitics will be shaped by the inexorable tightening of bonds between India and its largest source of foreign direct investment and aid, Japan. more ››
January 24, 2014
A Fine Balance: India, Japan and the U.S.
Dhruva Jaishankar, TNI
This weekend, the world will be treated to an unusual sight: Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe inspecting a military parade which will be showcasing, among other things, nuclear-capable ballistic missiles. This scene will not... more ››
January 25, 2014
Asia Needs a "Normal" Japan
Ananth Krishnan, The Hindu
A “normal” Japan that takes on greater security responsibilities in Asia, coupled with its new-found confidence under Mr. Abe, bodes well for India and the region. more ››
Freeze-dried food, athletic shoes, smoke detectors and laptop computers. A rather eclectic list, but all products that have one thing in common: they were created directly for, or inspired by, the “Space Race” between... more ››