Subhas Chandra Bose, in exile in Germany, was the only leader that could inspire the Indian National Army for an all-out effort to liberate India.
For Netaji Bose, the war presented a golden opportunity to reach out to Britain’s adversaries, namely Germany and Japan, and seek their assistance to free India.
The former prime minister is clearly pushing Tokyo to continue the policy approach towards China which he steered during his long tenure as head of government.
Thousands of Indian prisoners of war were formed to constitute Indian National Army (INA), which fought alongside the Japanese army against the British.
Bose, with fellow Indian A.M. Nair, was instrumental in persuading the Japanese authorities to stand by Indian patriots in the league in support of the struggle...
Bose’s stances gained increasing prominence within Japan’s political circles, helping when he lobbied for support for the Indian national freedom movement.
A special New Year's history series looks at the remarkable case of Indian Rash Behari Bose and his Japanese supporters in the prewar development of international...
Friendship, independence, the road less traveled have led these two Asian nations into steadily strengthening ties and sharing visions on the sidelines of global politics.
The LDP secured 261 seats on its own in the 465-member house, a comfortable margin over the 233 seat parliamentary majority benchmark, even without its primary...
That China is an important stakeholder in Arctic affairs is emerging rapidly and will affect global power politics, far beyond economics, going forward.
Residents of Okinawa must be trained as multipliers for the regular defense forces, responding during natural calamities and giving support when the security of the country.
Beijing seeks unlimited access to Afghanistan’s mineral wealth and guarantees against interference in its Xinjiang region, forgetting that this neighbor is a different ball game altogether.