Japan’s Shinzo Abe and Indian PM Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in 2015. Photo: AFPJapan’s Shinzo Abe and Indian PM Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in 2015. Photo: AFP
Japan’s Shinzo Abe and Indian PM Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in 2015. Photo: AFP

With Modi-Abe bromance gone, will India’s ties with Japan remain solid?

  • In India, Abe is viewed as a leader who has transformed bilateral ties, having initiated the annual summit and shifted Japan’s priority to the Indo-Pacific
  • His resignation comes at a complex time, with both Japan and India seeing security challenges and feeling the pressure of the deepening US-China rivalry

Topic |   Japan
Japan’s Shinzo Abe and Indian PM Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in 2015. Photo: AFPJapan’s Shinzo Abe and Indian PM Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in 2015. Photo: AFP
Japan’s Shinzo Abe and Indian PM Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi in 2015. Photo: AFP
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