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India’s “test case” for Japan, US relations

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Dr. Satu Limaye suggest relations with India will serve as a “test case” for both Japan and the US in an event about Japan – India- US relations at the Stimson Center in Washington D.C.

Both India and Japan are looking to increase their presence in the Asia-Pacific, alongside the United States. Concerns regarding China’s intentions in the region have led to strengthened trilateral cooperation, but none of these countries wish to threaten China with the developing partnership. Rather, policy and security coordination between these three countries can benefit the entire Asia-Pacific region.

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More on Stimson’s East Asia program here.

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