OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR INDIA
The book assesses the trajectory of Japan's international relations since the end of the Cold War and highlights the required focal points in India's interaction with Japan as a global and strategic partner. 'India-Japan Global and Strategic Partnership' cannot be analyzed in isolation from the dynamics of contemporary international relations. The fundamental question that needs to be answered is - what is driving Japan's recent attempts to raise bilateral relations to a higher level and impart stronger political, economic and strategic dimensions to bilateral relations with India? The focus of the book is on a critical appraisal of five issues - Reform of United Nations, Disarmament, Rise of China, SLOC protection, and Cooperation against International Terrorism.
Sanjana Joshi is a Fellow with the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata, since last five years. She has been working on Japan related issues from an Indian perspective for over ten years. From August 2000 to July 2001 she was Japan Foundation Research Fellow and was affiliated with the University of Tokyo. Her work has been published regularly in various academic journals and newspapers.
1. The Japan-U.S. Alliance
2. Japan-China Relations
3. Japan's Maritime Security Perspectives
4. Japan and the United Nations
5. Japan's Participation in the Global War Against Terrorism
6. Japan's Nuclear Policy
7. Future Prospects
India-Japan Fact Sheet
Joint Statement Towards India-Japan Strategic and Global Partnership
Joint Statement India-Japan Partnership in a New Asian Era: Strategic Orientation of India-Japan Global Partnership