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The recent visit of Indian Prime Minister to Japan has created a new synergy in the relationship between the two countries but it has raised many eye brows in China which perceives it differently. The Chinese leadership distrustful of Japanese Prime Minister thinks Tokyo has played a tactical game to limit Chinese influence in Asia. China is still studying the whole development and might adequately respond when Chinese President visits India this month. Beijing is expanding its influence and trying to assert its preeminence in a manner it has angered many Asian neighbors. But most experts feel India-Japan burgeoning relationship may be a natural response to China’s assertive rise.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who visited Japan amid rising tension in South China Sea and growing strategic rivalry in Western Pacific region, has given a much needed boost to the bilateral relations between India and Japan.
Both are natural partners and maintain a similar outlook towards regional issues having common aspiration of a rising Asia that can foster in peace, development and future growth.
While Japan is facing economic slowdown in recent years, India is a rising economic power house in Asia which has lot of potential to attract biggest investment to the c
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