India in Japan’s Strategic Thinking: Charting Convergences in the Indo-Pacific
By Titli Basu
Over the past decade, India has grown increasingly prominent in Japan's regional strategy.
Violence in India’s Northeast Forces Delay of Japanese Prime Minister Visit
By Associated Press
Japanese PM Abe postponed a planned summit with Modi in Assam and Manipur, where protests are raging.
How India and Japan Zoomed in on Northeast India
By Rupakjyoti Borah
India's Northeast brings Japan's "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" strategy and India's "Act East" strategies together.
Japan Ends 2019 With a Packed Diplomatic Schedule
By Mina Pollmann
Japan's flurry of diplomacy highlights its outreach to newer, more distant partners.
Did Japan Get What It Wanted From the Osaka G20 Summit?
By Daniel Hurst
Evaluating PM Abe’s sideline diplomacy and Japan’s pursuit of previously stated goals.
Japan’s Growing Strategic Footprint in South Asia
By Sarbhanu Nath
The focus on China has overshadowed Japan's increasing presence in the region.
India, Japan Air Forces Hold First Joint Military Exercise
By Franz-Stefan Gady
India and Japan kicked off their first joint air exercise in northern India in early December.
India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus
By Sangeeta Mahapatra
“Our software and Japan’s hardware can do wonders” Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared.
Japan and India Are Better Off Aligned Than Allied
By Rohan Mukherjee
Both Japan and India may be best served by their existing alignment instead of pursuing an alliance.
Japan’s Nuclear Exports: Risky Business
By Tom Corben
A burgeoning nuclear export portfolio carries with it significant risks and responsibilities.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Is Set to Visit India: What to Expect
By Rupakjyoti Borah
The Japanese prime minister's upcoming visit to India marks the start of a new era in bilateral ties.
Japan Is Building India's Infrastructure
By Tridivesh Singh Maini and Sandeep Sachdeva
Japan should help develop India's northeast, and in so doing send a message to China.