The Indo-Pacific increasingly tops the foreign policy agenda in both the U.S. and Europe.  At a time when the international rules-based order is increasingly contested, GMF’s Asia Program fosters coordinated U.S.-European approaches to common challenges in the region while building closer U.S.-European-Asian partnerships. 

Through its long-standing, signature trilateral Track 1.5 dialogues with stakeholders from China, India, Japan, and Taiwan, the Asia Program promotes cross-fertilization of ideas and potential policy solutions in key foreign, economic, and security policy areas, including maritime security, connectivity, technology, and supply chains. As the United States continues coalition-building in the region and Europe is developing its own Indo-Pacific strategies, GMF Asia’s insights and networks have never been more vital and relevant. 

The Asia Program’s fellows and staff manage an active set of policy programs, conduct in-depth research, publish regular newsletters and podcasts, and frequently contribute articles and commentary to a wide range of international publications and news outlets.

China Global Podcast

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Our Projects

The Taiwan Trilateral Forum strengthens cooperation and dialogue between the United States, Europe, and Taiwan. ...
GMF’s Quad Plus research explores opportunities for cooperation between Quad countries and partners in Europe and Asia. ...
Stockholm China Forum - Final
The Stockholm China Forum brings together representatives from the United States, Europe, and China to discuss the most relevant...
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The India Trilateral Forum is the leading dialogue between Americans, Europeans, and Indians involved in influencing, crafting, and...
The Japan Trilateral Forum fosters the development of the Japan-Europe-United States relationship. ...
The Young Strategists Forum seeks to develop a new generation of strategic thinkers for an age of constrained resources and mounting...

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