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Book examines 70th anniversary of India-Japan diplomatic relations

"India-Japan Relations @70: Building Beyond the Bilateral" is co-edited by Professor Shahana Thankanchan.

PhotoManuelCastells/Shahana Thankachan, International Office professor at the University.

26 | 10 | 2022

With the degree scroll India-Japan Relations @70: Building Beyond the Bilateral, the University'sDegree professor at International Office , Shahana Thankachan, discusses the seventieth anniversary of India-Japan diplomatic relations in a book co-edited with Professors Srabani Roy Choudhury and Parul Bakshi of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.  

In 392 pages, the volume outlines the past, present and offers a vision for the future of the relationship between the two countries: from association strategic, maritime cooperation, economic engagement, to partnership in the Indo-Pacific; the expansion of borders: cyberspace and outer space; and multilateral engagements: United Nations, G20 and the East Asia summit. 

The book was launched in April 2022 by Japan's current ambassador to India, Satoshi Suzuki.

Shahana Thankanchan has joined this academic year at academic staff from School Law as a lecturer of International Office of Asia and Theory of International Office, at Degree from International Office. She received her Ph.D. from the programs of study Center for East Asian of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi in 2021. The topic of his thesis was Japan's Quest for Normalization: a study of security policy

She worked as a consultant in the Planning Policy Division and research of the Ministry of External Affairs of India before coming to Spain. In addition, she received the scholarship from doctorate from the Japan Foundation as part of which she spent a year at Kobe University in Japan. He also received the scholarship from St Stephen's College-Soka University and spent a year at Soka University, also in Japan. 

She is affiliated with high school of research of Indo-Pacific Affairs of Japan. She worked at the National Marine Foundation in Delhi as a research associate for one year. She then completed her MA and MPhil from Jawaharlal Nehru University. She studied BA (Hons) History at Delhi University.