Japan Trilateral Forum, Brussels
Japan Trilateral Forum, Brussels, encourages the development of the Japan-Europe relationship. Japan and Europe share a commitment to democratic values, economic stability and a rules-based global order. Over the last few years, Japan-Europe cooperation has made many in-roads, including at the 21st Japan-EU summit where the two sides agreed to expand security cooperation and enhance economic relations. But as Japan and Europe adjust to changing strategic and economic global realities, the scope for cooperation between the two-sides broadens. In a world of increasing multi-polarity and diminishing resources, where the future of the global order is far from certain, Japan Trilateral Forum, Brussels, brings together policy makers, intellectuals, journalists, and business leaders from Japan, Europe, and the United States to build networks and discuss an ambitious agenda for cooperation.
As part of this initiative, GMF released a research report on how the Japan-Europe relationship can be expanded and strengthened, along with a series of commissioned papers by European and Japanese intellectuals.
- UN Peacekeeping: A Focus for Japanese Cooperation with the United States and Europe?
- Seventy Years After World War II: German and Japanese Successes and Responsibilities
- Europe and Japan: Toward a “Trans-Eurasian” Partnership?
- Japan-Europe Cooperation for Peace and Stability: Pursuing Synergies on a Comprehensive Approach
- Mutual Support and Common Interests in Asia and European Neighborhoods
- Negotiating in the Shadow of TTIP and TPP: The EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement
- Japan, Europe, and the Global Economic Order
- The Japan-EU Partnership on Global Development