For many years, the India-Japan relationship was a narrowly defined partnership centered around economic matters. Today, it has expanded to cover a wide spectrum of issues—from counter-terrorism and UN reform to energy security and climate change. The basic goals of the relationship are congruent with U.S. policies in Asia, and the three countries have found many areas of cooperation—though there are certainly differences in geostrategic perspectives. At this event, K.V. Kesavan, a Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar and one of India’s most distinguished Japan experts, will discuss the growing convergence of interests between India, Japan, and the United States.