Sanjana Joshi is a Senior Fellow with ICRIER and is associated with the ICRIER-SPF Japan Studies Project. Prior to this she was a Fellow with the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata. She has been working on Japan related issues from an Indian perspective for several years and from August 2000 to July 2001 she was Japan Foundation Research Fellow affiliated with the University of Tokyo. SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
Japanese Economic Cooperation: The Trinity of Aid, Trade and Investment” in India and Japan: Economic and Strategic Partnership, ed. Sukhwinder Kaur Multani (ICFAI Books, Hyderabad, 2008).
Book, Changing Japan: Opportunities and Challenges for India (Shipra Publications, New Delhi, 2008).
Japan and Multilateralism in Asia” in Building a New Asia, ed. Mahavir Singh (Shipra Publications, New Delhi, 2005).
Recent Japanese Deployments in the Indian Ocean” in Japan’s Role in South Asia, ed. M.D.Dharamdasani (Kanishka, New Delhi, 2003).
The Growing Importance of the China Factor in India-ASEAN Relations” Asia Annual 2006.
Fifty Years of India � Japan Relations: A Critical Appraisal”, Asia Annual 2002.