Commentary & Analysis

Japanese-European Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific: Spurred by Global Challenges and Threats

Author: Mr. Ryosuke Tanaka
Research Fellow, U.S.-Europe-Russia Division, Regional Studies Department at the National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS) Japan

Mr. Ryosuke Tanaka, a Research Fellow in the U.S.-Europe-Russia Division, Regional Studies Department at the National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS) Japan, provides a comparative analysis examining Japan and Europe’s dynamic policies in the Indo-Pacific.

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U.S.-Japan Focus on Scaling Up Open RAN Technology Can Support Secure 5G Globally

Author: Ms. Tomoko Tanaka-Makino
Visiting Research Fellow, U.S.-Japan Next Alliance Initiative, Sasakawa USA

Categories: U.S.-Japan NEXT Alliance Initiative

To download as a PDF, please click here.   Ms. Tanaka-Makino wrote in her personal capacity. The views and interpretations expressed by the author are solely her own.   Introduction The U.S. and Japanese governments have been trying to promote the global deployment of secure fifth-generation (5G) telecommunications networks in recent years by supporting Open

Where Does Europe Fit in India’s Indo-Pacific Policy?

Author: Dr. Garima Mohan
Fellow, Asia Program, German Marshall Fund

Dr. Garima Mohan, Fellow, Asia Program, German Marshall Fund, analyses the role European strategies envision for India, notes India’s reaction to the various European strategies, and reviews how EU-India cooperation in the Indo-Pacific is playing out in practice.
*This paper is a part of a series on Europe’s evolving strategic vision for the Indo-Pacific.

Germany’s Strategic Vision for the Indo-Pacific

Author: Dr. Angela Stanzel
Associate, Asia Research Division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs

Dr. Angela Stanzel, Associate in the Asia Research Division at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, examines how Germany’s Indo-Pacific strategy has evolved over time and how it is currently implemented through enhanced cooperation with Indo-Pacific countries via a European approach.
*This paper is a part of a series on Europe’s evolving strategic vision for the Indo-Pacific.

Australia’s Views of Europe in Indo-Pacific: Potential for Balance

Author: Ms. Susannah Patton
Research Fellow and Project Director, Power and Diplomacy Program, Lowy Institute

Ms. Susannah Patton, Research Fellow and Project Director in the Power and Diplomacy Program at the Lowy Institute, offers her expert analysis on Australia’s Indo-Pacific strategy in coordination with Europe.
*This paper is a part of a series on Europe’s evolving strategic vision for the Indo-Pacific.