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.