Whose nightmare: Japan mulls first aircraft carrier | Geo-civilization unfolded in China-India ties

Japan approved its new defense policy on Tuesday, setting out to increase spending and refit its Izumo-class aircraft carrier.

What’s behind Japanese government’s such move? Does it herald an aggressive foreign policy that unsettles the regional security?

After resolving the border dispute in 2017, China and India have showcased their “strategic and cooperative partnership for peace and prosperity” among international relations. But what can be learned from the past?

What can the two biggest developing countries work together to counter the regional and global issues, particularly the economic challenges? The Point interviewed Nirupama Menon Rao, former Indian ambassador to China.

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