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Building a Global Partnership: Fifty Years of Indo-Japanese Relations

K.V. Kesavan (Editor)
Synopsis Both India and Japan are now commemorating the fiftieth year of their diplomatic relations which have witnessed different vicissitudes. During the cold war years, ideological constraints created barriers to their closer understanding. In addition, India’s strict adherence to inward-looking economic strategies aroused serious reservations in the minds of the Japanese about their long-term economic interests in India. Bilateral relations, however, entered a new phase following the end of the cold war. Since then the absence of the ideological factor has contributed to a new process of broadening the parameters of Indo-Japanese relations. This process has been further reinforced by India’s adoption of economic liberalization programme. Notwithstanding their differences in the nuclear sphere, their interests converge on a number of global and regional security and economic issues. In the last couple of years, both countries have moved closer to expand their bilateral relations into a broader global partnership in order to address a range of issues affecting the world. The present volume is the outcome of a national seminar held in New Delhi. Contributors to this volume are distinguished specialists who examine Indo-Japanese relations from different perspectives including security, non-proliferation, foreign aid, investment, trade and culture.
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About the author

K.V. Kesavan

K.V. Kesavan is Professor of Japanese Studies, Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is the author of various books on Japan. He has published numerous research papers in Indian and foreign academic journals on Japanese foreign policy and domestic politics. He has been a recipient of Japan foundation Fellowship (1973-74; 1988-89), Fulbright Fellowship (1980-81) and Shastri Indo-Canadian Fellowship (1993-94). He has been a Visiting Fellow at Columbia University, New York; University of California, Berkeley; Australian National University, Canberra; Tokyo University; and so on. In 2001 the Japanese Government conferred on him Foreign Minister’s Commendation Award for his contribution to closer understanding between India and Japan.

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Title Building a Global Partnership: Fifty Years of Indo-Japanese Relations
Author K.V. Kesavan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Lancers Books
Language: English
isbn 8170950902
length 293p., Tables; Figures; 22cm.