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EVOLUTION OF INDO-JAPAN RELATIONS
MONDAY, 20 DECEMBER 8 PM IST
Dr. Satoru Nagao is the Fellow (Non-Resident) at Hudson Institute. His research area is US-Japan-India security cooperation. Dr. Nagao has authored numerous books and articles on security issues, and he also writes for a column “Age of Japan-India ‘Alliance’ ” at Nikkei Business.
India and Japan share a unique relationship in the region of South Asia, one that is built on an aspiration of peace and mutual trust. The two powers over the years have augmentedcooperation in economic and the cultural sphere. The 2+2 ministerial dialogues, extensive Japanese financial assistance to India, collaboration on large-scale projects, similar geopolitical aspirations, all underscore the same.
But in the recent times, with the emergence of significant alliances like the Quad, where India and Japan are members shows the potential of strategic cooperation between the two nations.
In this session, Dr. Nagao is going to explain the strengths and challenges to Indo-Japanese partnership and what the future has in store for the two nations in an rapidly evolving world order.