This book aims to emphasize the potential for Japan, Europe and Indo-Pacific countries including the US to respond to shared domestic and international challenges on finding joint ways to uphold and develop the liberal international order (LIO) in the Asian Pacific region and the world. It explores how these countries and the region (the EU) can work together to promote solidarity and cooperation to advance democratic standards and rules-based norms globally.
The EU’s Connectivity Strategy 2.0: Global Gateway in the Indo-Pacific
India, the Quad, and the Liberal International Order
The Challenge of China for the Liberal International Order
Northeast Asia’s Energy Transition–Challenges for a Rules-Based Security and Economic Order
Kun-Chin Lin, Tim Reilly
The Liberal International Order and Economic Security
The Future of the Liberal International Order