â€?The rise of Asian states, particularly China and India, may be very significant from a Jewish perspective since Asian countries do not share the Biblical religions and traditions, and therefore, have a radically different view of Judaism and the Jewish People than Christian and Islamic countries. Also, they do not have significant Jewish communities. This provides unprecedented opportunities for a Jewish global grand-strategy, as proposed in a JPPPI paper on upgrading relations between the Jewish People and China.â€?
The JPPPI's priorities among Asian states are:
The first initiative focuses on China ... The next initiative will focus on India, and Japan will be considered at a later date.
So, that sounds like a pretty good way to bet: 1. China 2. India 3. Japan.