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  • Scaling India-Japan Cooperation in Indo-Pacific and Beyond 2025: Corridors, Connectivity and Contours

    Editor
    2019
    Publisher:
    KW Publishers
    ISBN: 978-93-89137-29-3
    Price: ₹.1280/-
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    About the Book

    This book aims to examine the scope and potential of India-Japan cooperation factoring infrastructure connectivity and corridors in Indo-Pacific. The volume examines the bilateral, trilateral and multilateral contours of the growing partnership in the backdrop of a rising China that is rapidly changing the geo-political order of the region. The volume examines the scope of India-Japan relations beyond 2025 and evaluates how their common pledge to have a “partnership for prosperity” is not free from challenges. China’s Belt and Road Initiative, the United States bilateral-oriented approach towards Asia, and the struggle to successfully conclude the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is testing the character of India-Japan relations which the volume covers at length.

    About the Editor

    Dr. Jagannath P. Panda is a Research Fellow and Centre Coordinator for East Asia at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi, India. He is an expert on China, East Asia and Indo-Pacific. Dr. Panda is the Series Editor for Routledge Studies on Think Asia.

    Contents

    Foreword
    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    Notes on Contributors
    List of Abbreviations

    1. India-Japan Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific: A Primer -Jagannath P. Panda

    Part - I: Connectivity, Corridors and Contours: The Inter-Continental Context

    2. Framing a Eurasia Link in India-Japan Global Ties -Jagannath P. Panda and Mrittika Guha Sarkar
    3. Innovation, Value Chain and Structural Linkages in Asia-Africa Growth Corridor -Srabani Roy Choudhury

    Part - II: Bilateral Perceptions and Strategic Significance: Resources and Technology

    4. Infrastructure Connectivity and Corridors in Prime Minister Modi’s Japan Policy -K.V. Kesavan
    5. Connectivity and Corridors in Shinzo Abe’s Indo-Pacific Foreign Policy: 2025 and Beyond -Ryohei Kasai
    6. Technology and Resource Imperatives in India-Japan Relations -A.D. Gnanagurunathan
    7. Role of Forums and Institutional Mechanisms in the India-Japan Partnership of Prosperity -Shamshad A. Khan

    Part - III: Financing Projects and Policies: The Economic Imperatives

    8. The Asian Context: Chinese Economy and India-Japan Ties -Raviprasad Narayanan
    9. Prospects of the Free and Open Indo-Pacific Initiatives and India-Japan Partnership -Takashi Terada
    10. Infrastructure Financing and Institutional Statecraft: Japan’s Role in India’s Modernisation -Titli Basu
    11. Infrastructure Investment: EPQI, BRI and the Emerging Asian Contest -Amrita Jash

    Part - IV: Infrastructure and Maritime Congruence in Indo-Pacific

    12. India-Japan Strategic Partnership: Imperatives for Ensuring ‘Good Order at Sea’ in the Indo-Pacific -Abhay Kumar Singh
    13. Chabahar: The Fault-line in India-Japan Infrastructure Cooperation -Kenta Aoki
    14 China’s Maritime Policy in the Bay of Bengal: How does it Affect India’s and Japan’s Maritime Interests? -Takuya Shimodaira
    15. India and Japan in Bay of Bengal: Strategic Convergence to Maritime Security -Madhuchanda Ghosh

    Index

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