Europe’s Evolving Strategic Vision for the Indo-Pacific: Nine Perspectives

Max Bergmann, George Cunningham, Dini Sari Djalal, Mathieu Duchâtel, Garima Mohan, Susannah Patton, Samir Puri, Angela Stanzel, Ryosuke Tanaka

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In Europe’s Evolving Strategic Vision for the Indo-Pacific: Nine Perspectives, a global cohort of experts and scholars analyze Europe’s engagement in the Indo-Pacific and provide recommendations for Europe’s deeper involvement in Asia via the economy, diplomatic affairs, and security contributions. Key topics in the book include sustainable prosperity, the Green Transition, ocean governance, digital governance, connectivity, as well as defense. Europe’s Evolving Strategic Vision for the Indo-Pacific: Nine Perspectives features viewpoints from the European Union, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, India, ASEAN, Australia, Japan, and the United States.

Contributing authors include:

  • Max Bergmann; Director of the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program and Stuart Center; Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • George Cunningham; Strategic Adviser on Asia-Pacific Affairs; European External Action Service (Retired)
  • Dini Sari Djalal; Associate Director of Editorial; Hinrich Foundation
  • Mathieu Duchâtel; Resident Senior Fellow and Director of International Studies; Institut Montaigne
  • Garima Mohan; Senior Fellow, Asia Program; German Marshall Fund
  • Susannah Patton; Director of the Southeast Asia Program and Asia Power Index Project Lead; Lowy Institute
  • Samir Puri; Visiting Lecturer in War Studies; King’s College London
  • Angela Stanzel; Associate in the Asia Research Division; German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
  • Ryosuke Tanaka; Research Fellow in the U.S.-Europe-Russia Division, Regional Studies Department; National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS)

Economic growth—and in particular, China’s economic growth—has attracted Europe to the Indo-Pacific for centuries. Whereas the Indo-Pacific’s geopolitics have been a primary concern for the United States and Japan during much of this time, the same could not be said of Europe until recently. In the wake of China’s more aggressive “wolf warrior” diplomacy, COVID-19, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Europe has altered its close ties with China amid concerns over peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region. With this new book, Sasakawa USA highlights Europe’s changing perspectives towards the Indo-Pacific, along with increased opportunities for allies to partner together in the region.

Europe’s Evolving Strategic Vision for the Indo-Pacific: Nine Perspectives is a comprehensive and insightful look at practical steps Europe can take for meaningful contributions to the Indo-Pacific region, in addition to building an integrated Atlantic-Pacific future.

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