Kishida’s India Trip: A Reiteration of Strong India-Japan Ties
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India and Japan’s shared concerns about China are a key driver of their growing relationship.
Japan Steps in to Support India Against China in South Asia
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The Quad may still be a mist-covered structure but Indo-Japanese cooperation against China is becoming more concrete.
Previewing India-Japan Ties Under PM Kishida
By Titli Basu
Back in 2015, then-Foreign Minister Kishida helped shaped the India-Japan Indo-Pacific Vision 2025. Where do ties stand today?
Japan-India: An Indigenous Indo-Pacific Axis
By Tan Ming Hui and Nazia Hussain
The longstanding India-Japan partnership is a crucial pillar for the Free and Open Indo-Pacific vision.
Japan's Indo-Pacific Defense Outreach Continues in Sri Lanka and India
By Rupakjyoti Borah
Itsunori Onodera became the first Japanese defense minister to visit Sri Lanka.
Improving Japan-India Infrastructure Cooperation in South Asia
By Tridivesh Singh Maini
It’s time for a fresh approach if the two states are to offer a realistic alternative to Chinese cash.
India, Japan Begin Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise in Arabian Sea
By Ankit Panda
The exercise is the second major anti-submarine warfare exercise between the two sides in 2017.