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India's strategic convergence with Japan in the changing Indo-Pacific geopolitical landscape
|Title:||India's strategic convergence with Japan in the changing Indo-Pacific geopolitical landscape|
|Date Issued:||16 Aug 2017|
|Publisher:||Washington, DC : East-West Center|
|Series:||Asia Pacific bulletin;no. 392|
|Abstract:||Madhuchanda Ghosh, Assistant Professor at Presidency University, Kolkata, explains that “In the changing regional security architecture, the converging and competing interests of the three major Asian powers — China, India, and Japan — have driven them to articulate different strategic frameworks as indicated in Japan’s “Confluence of the Two Seas” idea, China’s “Maritime Silk Road” initiative, and India’s “Act East” Policy.”|
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Asia Pacific Bulletin|
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