Pacific Islands Maritime Domain Awareness Program (PIMDAP)

Overview

Among the many island nations in the Pacific, the United States and Japan hold close relationships with three in particular. The Freely Associated States (FAS) of the Republic of Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau, are critically important allies of both the U.S. and Japan to ensure a regional liberal order (freedom, democracy, rule of law) in the North Pacific.

The Pacific Islands Maritime Domain Awareness Program aims to make policy recommendations to the U.S. and Japan on Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) and related issues vis-à-vis the FAS considering the following five major topic areas.
1. MDA Data Collection
2. Ecological Impacts of Climate Change on the Marine Environment
3. Data Fusion, Analysis, and Sharing
4. Maritime Enforcement
5. U.S.-Japan Cooperation in the North Pacific to facilitate a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

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