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As against the initial decades of the 20th century which saw a sharply divided world, the first two decades of the new millennium are witnessing a coming together of people and nations increasingly due to factors such as economic interests, political ideologies, common civilisational values and mutually shared concerns for global challenges.
Both Japan and India have plenty of these positive variables, and yet have failed to achieve the depth and expanse in their relationship commensurate to its full potential. Though belated, this realisation is now becoming discernible among the political and business leaders, scholars and strategic thinkers of the two countries.
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