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Policy essays by JIIA Visiting Fellows and other experts on geo-strategic and historical issues.

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History in China: A tool at the service of the Party narrative
Australia-Japan relations 80 years after the bombing of Darwin: A case study of reconciliation and partnership
The limits of repentance: lessons from France for a comparative approach with the Japan-Korea history debate
Rash Behari Bose of Nakamuraya: From Being Exiled in Japan to Founding the Indian National Army and Promoting a Pan-Asianist Discourse
Territorial and Historical Challenges to Ladakh: Evaluating a 1963 Declassified Document for Its Contemporary Relevance
Indian Justice Radhabinod Pal's Presence and Impressions in Japan's Memory: The 1946-1948 Tokyo Trial in Retrospect
Answering Beijing's Growing Assertiveness beyond the Senkakus: Balancing Japan-China Relations
Elevating the Australia-Japan Strategic Partnership to "a new level": challenges and responses
Japan, Hikari Kikan, and Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army: The Defining, Yet Unfinished 1940s Connect
Japan's Role in India's Infrastructure Journey: ODA, Technology, and Partnership for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals

The views expressed in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of The Japan Institute of International Affairs or any other organization with which the author is affiliated.

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