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It’s win-win for India and Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda arrives in New Delhi today to participate in the Sixth Annual Summit between the two countries. The visit comes at a crucial juncture in contemporary geopolitics. It closely follows the first trilateral meeting between the United States, India and Japan held in Washington, DC on December 19. The Washington meet was clearly aimed at containing China, which is being perceived as becoming increasingly aggressive in the Indo-Pacific, a region of great significance to the three countries. Further, the death of Kim Jong Il, the North Korean leader who led the country to become an intimidating nuclear power, has led to further uncertainty in the region.
Published Date: Dec 27, 2011
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