Panneerselvam, Prakash (2016) Advancing India's relationship with Japan and South Korea: Quest for Middle-Power Cooperation. IPCS Issue Brief, 262. pp. 1-15.
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The security environment in the Asia-Pacific region is undergoing significant changes. The rise of China as a dominant power is seriously undermining US paramountcy in the region. Further, the competition between the US and China is only bound to grow as China seeks to expand its military and economic strength. The US’ pivot to Asia and its strengthening of partnerships with key regional allies has not deterred China from increasingly aggressive postures. In the wake of this turmoil, India’s relations with Japan and South Korea have assumed salience, with the possibility of middle power cooperative balancing in the region. As middle powers, India, Japan and South Korea have limited influence upon the international system, but through a more constructive multilateral mechanism, it could generate a huge influence on the affairs of the Asia-Pacific. India enjoys a strategic relationship with both Japan and South Korea, which can be expanded to address both global and regional challenges.
|Subjects:||School of Conflict and Security Studies > Security Studies|
|Divisions:||Schools > Conflict and Security Studies|
|Depositing User:||NIAS IR Administrator|
|Date Deposited:||18 Aug 2016 07:24|
|Last Modified:||18 Aug 2016 07:24|
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