Japan’s development cooperation with India in the era of Indo-Pacific
The paper explores Japan’s development cooperation with India since the mid 2000s. In doing so, the paper centres around the two key changes observed in both policy and institutional settings of Japan’s development cooperation. The first is the greater efforts made by Japan to counterbalance China’s growing political economic interests in Asia since the mid 2000s. The second change is Abe’s Indo-Pacific strategy that has drastically reoriented and stimulated Japan’s Japan’s development cooperation with India.
Name of researcher:
Dr Soyeun Kim (Associate Professor), Sogang University
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