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India-Japan: Towards Harnessing Potentials of Partnership

 
Y. Yagama Reddy (Editor)
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India-Japan relationship, a blend of great expectations and experiences, was typified by their inability to surmount the inapt divergence stemmed from the Cold War syndrome. The nostalgia for mutually beneficial bilateral relations paved the way for promoting each other's progress and prosperity and building an arc of advantage and prosperity across the Asian continent. With the transformation of the low-key relationship into a major Strategic and Global Partnership, the Indo-Japan cooperation assumes significance for maintaining Asian power equilibrium in the context of Asian Century gaining prominence as well as thereby ensuring global peace and prosperity. Japan's focused interest in partnership with India is evidenced from Japan's bilateral assistance, steady growth in trade and investment flows, and transfer of technical know-how to India. The burgeoning India-Japan partnership with far-reaching consequences could be well understood from a wide gamut of topics deliberated in this compendium.

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About the author

Y. Yagama Reddy

Y. Yagama Reddy (born in 1952) has been a faculty member since 1985 and is currently the Director of the Centre for Southeast Asian & Pacific Studies, a UGC sponsored Area Studies Centre established in 1976 at Sri venkateswara university, Tirupati. Besides associating himself with the teaching programme on regional geography and geopolitics of Southeast Asia and South pacific, he is involved in multidisciplinary research encompassing strategic, security, economic and demographic aspects of Southeast Asia and Australia. He has to his credit 5 books and 27 papers published in national and International journals. He has also presented 37 research papers at various national and international conferences/seminars and delivered lectures at the refresher Courses on Southeast Asia and Australia as well as during his visit to Australia in 2005, on the topics concerning India-Australia bilateral relations. Professor Reddy has also served as the Chairman of the Board of Studies in Southeast Asian and pacific Studies at S.V. University (2001-2004) and is currently a member of Board of South and Southeast Asian studies, University of Madras, Chennai. He was also a member of the UGC Standing Advisory Committee on Area Studies programme, New Delhi (2002-2005). He is a Life member of various professional bodies including the Indian association for the Study of Australia, the Indian Congress for Asia and Pacific Studies, the India association or American Studies, the South Indian American Studies network, and International association of Asian and European Studies as well as a member of Indian Association for Asia and pacific Studies.

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Bibliographic information

Title India-Japan: Towards Harnessing Potentials of Partnership
Format Hardcover
Date published: 17.05.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Kaveri Books
Language: English
isbn 9788174791337
length xvi+259p., Illustrations; Maps; 23cm.