The Chinese factor in Japan-India relations in the new century

Wu, F ORCID: 2008, 'The Chinese factor in Japan-India relations in the new century' , Peace and Development, 104 (2) , pp. 66-68.

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Access Information: This article is published in Chinese. The original title is 新世纪日印关系中的中国因素


Since entering the new century, the relationship between Japan and India has shown a new trend of development. The two countries have comprehensively strengthened and deepened their bilateral relations from the economic, political, and defense and security fields, and have taken the containment of China as a common strategic goal to build a "global Strategic partnership". However, Japan and India are increasingly interdependent economically with China, and the bilateral strategic partnership between Japan and India cannot be free from the constraints of Chinese factors.

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Schools: Schools > School of Arts & Media
Journal or Publication Title: Peace and Development
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Date Deposited: 10 Sep 2020 15:08
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