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|dc.identifier.citation||Japanese Studies, 2008; 28(1):15-30||en|
|dc.description.abstract||Having maintained a low-key relationship since early postwar, Japan today shows increasing interest in India as a rising economic and regional power. The two nations are now developing ties in many areas consequent with India's ascent, most importantly in politico-strategic matters. This strategic development is intriguing as Tokyo was one of the most critical voices condemning New Delhi's decision to conduct nuclear testing in 1998, when the relationship reached its nadir. So why this strategic repositioning and why now? This article explores Japan's move towards India as an attempt to balance and bandwagon strategically. Japan's strategic thinking now recognises India as potential balance for Japan against China while Japan bandwagons with the United States in response to both India and China as rising Asian powers.||en|
|dc.publisher||Carfax Publishing Ltd||en|
|dc.title||Westward Ho! Japan eyes india strategically||en|
|pubs.library.collection||Asian Studies publications||en|
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