Pan-Asian vision
N Chandra Mohan, Financial Express, 14 December 2006

Japan-India partnership key to bolstering stability in Asia
Brahma Chellaney, The Japan Times, Dec. 14, 2006

The rise of pan-Asian culture
Joshua Kurlantzick, Fellow at the Pacific Council on International Policy, Visiting Scholar, e Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, The Korea Herald, 13 December 2006

The ‘Arc of Advantage’ Will Benefit the World
Nagesh Kumar, Financial Express December 11, 2006





















Pan-Asian vision
Financial Express, 14 December 2006
N Chandra Mohan

Indo-Japan relations are poised to enter a qualitative new phase when India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh meets Japan’s premier Shinzo Abe. The new relationship will go well beyond steps to improve economic cooperation, as a radical transformation in the strategic aspect of the relationship is on the cards.

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Japan-India partnership key to bolstering stability in Asia
The Japan Times, Dec. 14, 2006
Brahma Chellaney

Japan and India are natural allies because they have no conflict of strategic interests and actually share common goals to build stability, power equilibrium and institutionalized multilateral cooperation in Asia.

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The rise of pan-Asian culture
The Korea Herald, 13 December 2006
Joshua Kurlantzick, Fellow at the Pacific Council on International Policy, Visiting Scholar, e Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Outside the rarefied air of a summit banquet table, everyday citizens, too, are building a common East Asian identity, reflected in film, television and music. It's an identity that has grown out of greater economic integration in the region, but also one that could transcend business ties and eventually lead to a cultural and political union across East Asia, helping heal the region's old divisions and animosities.

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The ‘Arc of Advantage’ Will Benefit the World
Financial Express December 11, 2006
Nagesh Kumar

Although India has been a faithful adherent to the multilateral trading system along with other major Asian countries like Japan and South Korea, among others. They were forced to look at the potential of regional economic integration in the current decade by the emerging global trends.


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