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Japan's Role in South Asia

 
M.D. Dharamdasani (Editor)
Synopsis The volume attempts to examine the different facets of Japan’s interaction with the South Asian Countries especially with India in the post-cold war era. South Asia so far was not considered as primary area in the Japan’s Foreign Policy. However, in the recent years due to liberal polices adopted by India and other South Asian countries, interaction between Japan and SAARC countries has entered into a new phase. Japan now is taking keen interest in cooperating in the economic development of South Asia and has also adopted a new approach in its security and defence polices towards these countries. Japan is also taking serious interest in India’s nuclearisation policy and its relation with the neighbours particularly with Pakistan. This volume thus examines Japan’s economic and security interests in South Asia in general and India in particular.
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About the author

M.D. Dharamdasani

Dr. M.D. Dharamdasani is working as Professor of Political Science & Director, Centre for the Study of Nepal since October 1994 and as Co-ordinator, Japanese Studies since July 1999 at Banaras Hindu University. After a brilliant academic career, he joined the University of Rajasthan as Assistant Professor in January 1973 and did his Ph. D. in Political Science from the same University. He joined B.H.U. un 1981 as Reader in Political Science. Dr. Dharamdasani has completed number of Research Projects sponsored by the U.G.C. and the Centre such as Nepal and the Super Powers and Dynamics of Foreign Aid in South Asia. Presently, he is working on “Japan’s Attitude Towards SAARC.” Dr. Dharamdasani has been the convenor of the number of national and international Seminars and has number of publications to his credit which includes India-Nepal partnership and South Asian Resurgence, Multi-Party Democracies in South Asia, contemporary South Asian Resurgence, Multi-Party Democracies in South Asia, contemporary South Asia, Sri Lanka: An Island in Crisis etc. He is also editor of Indian Journal of Nepalese Studies & Journal of Japanese Studies. His name has been included as outstanding scholar in “Who is Who in the World” published by the Marques of the United States and also as Man of the Year, 2002 by Bibliographic Institute, U.S.A.

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Bibliographic information

Title Japan's Role in South Asia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173915660
length xxxvi+353p., Refereces; Tables; Figs; 23cm.